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M on 2001-05-11 06:58 [#00006137]



I think I accidentally bought those 12 inch thingies for
confield instead of a regular cd. Who the hell owns a 12
inch thingy player? What is this one of those ancient
records? Who the hell has a record player? What a waste of
money except the picture I can look at, I'm a fucking
ittiot.


 

Glitch from New Zealand on 2001-05-11 10:07 [#00006142]



aww, poor M.

now youll have to put up with superior audio quality, if you
get a decent vinyl player though


 

M on 2001-05-11 17:38 [#00006166]



Which I don't have (and havn't even heard of). I guess I'll
have to sell it back on ebay and eat the shipping I already
payed.


 

po{e} from the uk on 2001-05-11 17:39 [#00006167]



vinyl rocks!!!!!!!!!!

u sad newbies!


 

Glitch from New Zealand on 2001-05-11 18:26 [#00006171]



Hey Im all for Vinyl, M was the one complaining, what was
the point in your post anyway ?


 

sic from netherlands on 2001-05-11 19:05 [#00006178]



yeah, i'm still enjoying my technic's....vinyl=o.k.


 

po{e} from the uk on 2001-05-11 19:07 [#00006179]



just to say vinyl is good, why else do you think i posted?


 

M on 2001-05-12 05:54 [#00006201]



Is "vinyl" the same as a "record"?


 

Glitch from New Zealand on 2001-05-12 12:10 [#00006205]



I hope your being silly, but yes, yes it is

though electronic music sounds like a strange thing to put
on a hardly sterile thing like a record, it does add alot of
warmth to it. and there is actually a certain frequency
which records have that CDs cant reproduce, neat ehh ?



 

po{e} from the uk on 2001-05-12 12:13 [#00006206]



thats why i prefer records (vinyl), it is a better sound
that makes it so much better than the sterile cd's


 


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