I started to post there but the fee won’t work with cd salesI wonder how many other members have got both vinyl and CD collections they want to sell.
Maybe we could start a dedicated thread in the classifieds forum to help members sell their records and CDs?
The earlier responses suggest it could be a success
Maybe Steve/Ron could have a look at thatI started to post there but the fee won’t work with cd sales
I’m going to eventually switch to streaming and concentrate on my vinyl rigI sold some vinyj once. I always regretted it. Maybe you can find nos dedicated CD player.
some people load their cds into a server.I’m going to eventually switch to streaming and concentrate on my vinyl rig
I did discogs years ago. I did pretty well there. I do eBay for sports cards and some comic books I had leftover from my storeDiscogs is the place for individual vinyl sales. But you have to be ready to do it. You need boxes. A good label maker. Maybe a shipping account to make the process easier.
Whatsbest would be an ok place to post a collection sale, but you really want the Ebay exposure to the market.
I’m still collecting CDs. So are numerous others. My digital playback is just about as good as my analogue now. When I upgrade my Vitus line stage and CD - MP series - I’m sure to be closer or possibly even surpass my analogue playback. I have a great analogue playback with both MSL Platinum Signature and Opus 1 carts, but my CDs are very, very close to the same sound signature. I’m continuing to purchase CDs. Just received four new ones today…
In this aspect I hate streaming and the top quality servers . Buying physical CDs from shops or Discogs in much more fun than streaming. But as a the amount if streamed music in Hirez with excellenlt sound quality, sounding better than redbook in my system, is increasing exponentially I could not find any reasonable reason to buy CDs any more.
As I was used to buy in Discogs, nowadays many times I now look for music there - their database and search engine are excellent and cut and paste directly in Qobuz!
I purchase CDs regularly via Amazon , my experience is if you are buying new not used CDs the cost ranges from $10-20 or so , with some older titles under $10. Remasters or not that is the case. Buying directly from artists websites the cost of new CDs is similarOther than new remasters (which are still often priced retail at the same price or not much more than we were all buying CDs back 30 years ago)...most CDs I can pick up on Amazon for 99 cents to 5 bucks
Yes...I buy around 85% of CDs secondhand from Amazon. There are some very big sellers of CDs who have great collections in reliably excellent shape.I purchase CDs regularly via Amazon , my experience is if you are buying new not used CDs the cost ranges from $10-20 or so , with some older titles under $10. Remasters or not that is the case. Buying directly from artists websites the cost of new CDs is similar
Wow now that is sticking with a commitment, almost 35 years!Big fan of CDs having made the commitment in 1989 to focus solely on redbook digital and to avoid splitting resources across too many formats.
Site Founder | Site Owner | Administrator
Site Co-Owner | Administrator
|Julian (The Fixer)|
Website Build | Marketing Managersing