[JPL] Correction and validation

jazzrockworld rick at jazzrockworld.com
Sat Oct 28 10:25:18 EDT 2006

I believe EMI is thinking in the right direction. 

Remember when we lugged all those albums from one place to another and got
up to change songs manually? I don't think the Cd is immune to that kind of
place in history. 

In the old days, when buying a stereo system, bigger was better. It's still
that way, but only in Home Theater. The trend now is smaller is better (Mp3,
iPod, etc.) Look at headphones - remember when those gigantic Koss
headphones were the real deal, and now people buy Q-Tips with wires. 

Lossless Audio files (FLAC, Shorten, APE, even Real, Mac, and Windows have
their own versions) are the bridge between Cd's and the next phase of
digital music storage systems. 

It won't be that long before the Home Stereo Hardware folks are making retro
players to accommodate Cd's. If you're like me, you already have some kind
of Home Network so you can play all your music files that are on your PC on
your big rig too. 

Rick Calic
"JPL Thread Killer"


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