Originally Posted by mcnarus
Hey, Nin74, instead of insulting other people's taste, why don't you answer the question I asked you yesterday: You said my numbers for vinyl's market share were wrong. So where are the right numbers?
At the risk of posting something that you will take out of context for the sake of starting an argument, you probably don't realize that Nin and Pulliamm have history. If you look further down this area you will find a few vinyl threads that went for quite a while where the two of them, and others, went head to head and never got anywhere. So before you spout off against someone perhaps you might have done a little investigation first to find the history. It would go a long way towards explaining, what you perceive, as insults.
FYI, Pulliamm's position on the difference in sound between vinyl and CD is based on what he remembers vinyl to sound like from over 25 years ago. His position is that on the introduction of CD, he immediatly realized the huge sound difference and either sold or threw out every LP he had at once. And he has never, once, in the last 25+ years ever listened to an LP again. But as his memory is perfect he remembers exacly how every single LP he ever owned sounded so can post as "fact" that in comparrison to CD vinyl sucks. His posts here are to tempt Nin, and others, to reengage with him in a pointless argument about the difference in SQ between the two regardless of the fact that he hasn't heard an LP in over 25 years.
I actually find most of Pulliamm's posts funny as hell and he seems to get that this is not only a forum for enthusiasts, but for entertainment as well.
I may not agree with all of what he says, but he makes me laugh, in a good way.
Did I get any of this wrong Pulliamm?