Which begs the next question in my mind . . . Where does one go to buy all this 'new vinyl' that is supposed to be being pressed? I'm assuming most is audiophile quality . . . ?
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Almost 1700 contributions about what people are listening to on vinyl. You can share what you are listening to with others and get new ideas about what to try.
If you want to hear samples then download iTunes and you can sample 1.5 minutes of every track (from the millions they sell) completely free of charge before you look where to buy the vinyl album.
Amazon sell heaps of vinyl. Good place to look.
I'm not the 'Audiophile' I was, want to listen, not fiddle.
Then why your concern about whether all these 'new' LPs are 'audiophile quality' ?
. . . leave well alone, enjoy the 200 vinyls as is, trade my Apollo and get a Saturn CDp . . . Sorry, not being negative, just realistic . . . I do enjoy CDs very much, especially the convenience, currently listening to Eva Cassidy 'Wonderful World', typing here with my 'big earphones' on
Even move onto high quality down loads . . . ???? I dont like computers . . . I use them because I have to to live in this world
That last paragraph tells me that you actually need to stop, sit down, and just listen to (and buy) lots and lots of music and stop fretting about wringing the last scintilla of 'audiophile' juice out of what is already, frankly, a better system than 90 percent of the people on this forum own!
Otherwise you will end up forgetting why you bought a system. (To relax and listen to the music and forget equipment apparently.)