- Joined on January 11, 2017
Probably the only man in his 20s who appreciates old, unwanted recording technologies.
I usually listen to New-Age music and alike, but I can accept anything as long as it doesn't induce headaches. This means no modern pop music--no $2000 smartphones, and no $400 wireless headsets.
I catalog my collection of Tapes and CDs in Lists instead of Collection for its ability to reorder entries and add notes to them.
In case you missed them, here they are: [ Tapes ] [ CDs ]
What about vinyl records? I don't collect them for three reasons: we can't record on them, they're too big, and--with the proper equipment--CDs are superior to them, although I admit that they look cool. If I prefer digital, why don't I use music streaming services instead? I want total control over my music. Then why not make my own local music library? I do have a music library for convenience of carrying thousands of songs on the palm of my hand, but what's the fun behind that? Where do my music files come from anyways? Digital downloads! Well, only for independent artists. Nevertheless, I adore the aesthetics of CDs.
- Sharp VC-H800 VHS-HQ Deck (DAT alternative)
- Sony DVP-NS75H DVD Player
- JVC FX-331 Digital Tuner
- Dual C 808 Permalloy-Head Cassette Deck
- Harman Kardon TD292 Sendust-Head Cassette Deck
- Pioneer PD-M650 1-bit Magazine CD Player
- Sony CDP-C700 Multi-bit Carousel CD Player
Sony WM-EX36, WM-EX102, D-20, D-T24, D-202, D-132CK, D-E401, D-E406CK, D-EJ100, D-NE330, D-EJ011, MZ-N707, AIWA HS-PC202 MIII
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