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Collecting vinyl used to be a faithful pastime for a small group who either grew fond of the quality sound or wanted to keep ties with nostalgia from an era gone by. But today, vinyl has grown out of its niche. According to The New York Times, dozens of LP processing plants have sprouted up to press the records of the most popular recording artists – not because it feels good, but because the owners know they will sell. These companies are producing new records of current artists like Vampire Weekend in addition to classic albums by the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. So why has the LP become a preferred format to listen to, and what are the best turntables for vinyl die-hards? This blog will give you a new view of whole house audio, and after reading, you may even want to dust off some of those old records you’ve been housing in your La Jolla, CA home or start a new record collection.
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