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    Default How Can CD's Be Losing Popularity While Vinyl is Resurging?

    Supposedly, CD's are losing popularity as a medium for listening to music, but, inexplicably, vinyl records are supposedly resurging in popularity.

    How can that be? CD's are superior to vinyl in almost every possible way: they are smaller in physical size, they can contain greater amounts of data, and they are digital, and thus not subject to any problems that can occur with analog media.

    What does everyone else say about this? How can vinyl be resurging when CD's are losing popularity, and will CD's eventually resurge the way that vinyl currently is?
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    Default Re: How Can CD's Be Losing Popularity While Vinyl is Resurging?

    MP3 is killing CD's while audiophiles support vinyl. My hearing can't tell but fresh and well maintained vinyl has superior sound quality over digital.
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