Why are people buying records again?
I don't understand their sound quality is horrible
- Casey YLv 71 month ago
Nostalgia. Some things are only available on vinyl. Collectors like vinyl.
There is a difference to the sound quality, while not objectively as crisp, there is a warmth and tone associated which is difficult to replicate.
Millennials will never get it (not saying you are one) and everyone in between has mixed feelings. That said, there is a reason that the biggest collectors of music think of their vinyl as the best of their collections.
- 1 month ago
Well, you see, there are companies that make records that have good sound quality. Records are coming back strongly as a trend and are enjoyable for people to own and use.
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
WTF does that have to do with Renting & Real Estate ?
- Glenn SLv 71 month ago
Maybe to the novice.....Real audiophiles hear the higher quality sounds produced though analog reproduction vs. digital.
The advantage to digital sound is it doesn't deteriorate over time like an analog record.
In addition, the highest end amps and pre-amps are made with the old style vacuum tubes produce higher quality sound than the electronic circuitry of today.
For 90% of the public digital is the preferred media because of it's convenience and lower cost.
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- cmac'mLv 51 month ago
Part of it is trendy but vinyl records reproduce the analog sound quality better than digital. Records are the original lossless audio. The sound quality is better!
- 1 month ago
Vinyl records are fun to collect. They’re **** to actually listen to.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Does this belong here?
- KaleyKLv 71 month ago
I know an audiophile that claims the music on vinyl sounds better than digital. Probably that is in the ear of the beholder. What is sure is that vinyl is not as durable as digital music.