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How do you listen to music currently?

Discussion in 'Song and Band Battles' started by That 70s Guy, Dec 3, 2019 at 6:43 AM.

How do you listen to music currently?

  1. Album/LP

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    20.0%
  2. CD

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  3. Streaming

    1 vote(s)
    20.0%
  4. Cassette

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  5. 8 track

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  6. Radio (Sirius XM)

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  7. Ipod

    0 vote(s)
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  8. Other

    3 vote(s)
    60.0%
  1. That 70s Guy

    That 70s Guy Out Of Time Staff Member

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    How do you listen to music currently?
     
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    Streaming mostly
     
  3. Sharp Dressed Man

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    At home, mostly vinyl and occasionally YouTube, CD and DVD. Away from home, I listen on my iPod.
     
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    This because I'm listening to vinyl,cds and also digital downloads. Nowadays I am mostly buying digital downloads as the cd is a bit outdated here, and the vinyl is more popular but pretty expensive.
     
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  5. Southern Comfort

    Southern Comfort Long Hair Tribe

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    For me it should have been a multiple choice. I have a grand set up in my music room. Two turntables, two cd players, two cassette decks, all ran through a numark mixer board with Bose 901 speakers and a set of Bose 301 for extra top end.
    I don't stream online stuff.
    I listen to all the above when I get in my music room and down my PBR's..
     
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    Mostly vinyl..thats albums, 12" and 7's.
    Got a reel to reel set up..and some large Mission Speakers..two tape decks and and a six CD disc holder/ player..like now
    (old lady away.) i hook it up to a peavey P.A set up...loud..nothing like booze, no lady and In For The Kill up past hall reverb and off the scale!
     
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  7. Lynch

    Lynch I'm just here for the cookies!

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    I went with OTHER because there are multiple mediums that I use, although the one that i use the most isn't even on the list.

    MP3 - I rip CDs to mp3 to play in my car and on my phone. I have TONS of CDs, but they are cumbersome to carry around in a car (and always risk being damaged), so it's easier to throw music in a jump drive, pop into the USB port in the car and carry around thousands of songs in the palm of my hand.
     
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    BikerDude Dude

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    I listen to Youtube vids at work.
    And listen to mp3's on my phone connected to the car stereo on my commutes.
    I get the mp3's generally by ripping youtube vids.
    Yup. We all have only ourselves to blame for the state of the music industry.
    Guilty as charged.
     

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