My daughter made fun of me a couple years back because I can't hear past 17kHz any longer. Mine declined slowly as well. I guess I'm lucky that my hearing hasn't declined as much as yours. Not that you're missing much anyhow. To be honest, at times it's almost better not having a higher than normal range of hearing.
I got a lot of my early hearing tests because of complaining to teachers about sounds bothering me that they couldn't hear.
My first one was in kindergarten. Sadly the teacher referred me to the school counselor first. After being asked about hearing voices and some other confusing.
And yet, because they worked on standardizing the sound, vinyl LPs have been immune to the loudness wars plaguing all of the digital sound world. By the way, when I complained about compression there, I was using two different definitions. Kind of like an old British sport cars. Sure its temperamental, a pain in the ass and objectively inferior to the modern equivalent in every measurable way.
But its charming and there's a sense of occasion about it. Some people like that. This is counter intuitive and runs against what you would assume since CD and lossless digital.
Same reasons people cling to tube amps and vi -- hipster affectations, an RFD to make themselves feel special by eschewing reality.
Certainly, CD is a superior format on paper and for durability. But the audio master for the vinyls are better on older recordings for the few instances I've heard than the digital remastering for CD I don't collect vinyl myself but my dad is an audiophile and still collects records AND CDs. Now whether or not that's because audio engineers were better in the past or because the audio engineering in the past targeted a more common speaker setup.
From the article it looks more like CDs dropped below vinyl for the first time in 34 years. Vinyl sales didn't grow much, but CD sales plummeted. Looks to me like when people want background noise digital files or streaming win, but when people actually want to listen to music analog wins. Seems like the best form of musical reproduction is over years old, and we have finally managed to push convenient about as far as it will go for portable background music. I am mildly curious what percentage of record buyers actually have a system capable of playing back those records so they objectively sound better than a good MP3.
From the 80s on stereo systems have consistently shrunk the speakers and switched to switching type power supplies that generally are not well enough built to reproduce bass without voltage dips that reduce the mid and high range, and there has been an explosion of DSP for surround sound and crossover points which are built around frequencies appropriate for large theater systems THX and it's cousins from Dolby and others which are totally inappropriate for home sized subwoofers.
I realize there is still a population of audiophiles with class A tube amps and room sized Klipsch folded horns, but the general consumer grade 5. You cannot determine preferences of "music listeners" by comparing residual sales of obsolete formats.
People listen to music in more ways than obsolete CDs and obsolete vinyl. Good thing too. Digital files and streaming "win", whatever that means, because they are vastly superior in may ways to any consumer analog format ever. Digital files include CD, but CD h.
I'd add quite a few bands have hopped on the fad and have released their albums on vinyl but not CD. The real factor is that CD sales have collapsed [statista. While LP sales have increased [statista.
The CD is pretty much pointless in the days of digital downloads. I don't think I even have a capability to rip CDs. On the other hand usually when I buy an LP it comes with a full size booklet, album art I can appreciate without having to get out a magnifying glass.
SP means "Standard Play" EP means "Extended Play" Vinyl is often more expensive than a CD recording of the same material, being packaged and presented as a rare and collectable item rather than a commodity copy of the recording. This headline is a greater value of vinyl sold, rather than a greater volume. The article says "Music fans value the higher-fidelity sound produced by vinyl and record players, which contrasts with the compressed files offered by most digital services. Vinyl sells because it's retro, not because it's the best medium.
Two obsolete formats battling it out for the bottom rung. I have lots of old CDs and LPs plus cassette tapes, no 8 track in boxes in my basement. I never use any of them.
Too much of a pain in the ass. A long time ago I ripped all my CDs to digital and listen to that format plus streaming. I don't listen to any "new" music.
My new music interest stopped in the 70s Yes, I'm an old geezer This article must have been written by a youngster! There was never a "limited play" vinyl record, except when you had a bad needle and it destroyed the disc or it was one of those cheap plastic magazine inserts. It's because you can only play a vinyl LP a limited number of times before dist, warping, scratches, and wear make it sound terrible. I just didn't know any better at the time. It's weird to think I bought my first stereo and turntable when I as around I bought my first CD player when I was 24 and pretty much stopped playing albums by the time I was I started ripping CDs before I hit That means I was primarily vinyl for ish.
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