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July 14, 2014

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Angelo

I have vinyl records that have been played for many hours----dating back to the '70s-----and they still sound better to me than new MP3 "recordings." Handle the albums by the edges only, keep them in protective jackets----and they last a long time. Yes, you do get "snap, crackle, pop, hiss" every now and then----but the basic goodness of the music itself---the "live" sound is still there. I'd rather drive a Mercedes with a few dings in it than a brand new Mitsubishi Mirage.

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