Poll

Format Pesto: How do you mainly listen to your hifi music?

Vinyl only
7 (6.3%)
CD only
17 (15.2%)
CD and Vinyl
23 (20.5%)
iPod type Dock and DAC
2 (1.8%)
Computer through DAC
30 (26.8%)
Streamer from server/computer stored music.
18 (16.1%)
Streamer from online or cloud based music.
13 (11.6%)
I only listen to the BBC on the wireless
2 (1.8%)

Total Members Voted: 78

How do you listen to your music these days? And more format pesto.

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mca

I use a Musicvault II Ultra with Roon and love it!

Guy 13

For now, during the repair of my leaking roof,
I use my Grace Mondo Internet radio
with my 15 years old Sony receive CDP with bookshelves speakers.
Free music that I love...
I'm good and I'm happy.

Guy 13
on planet Vietnam.

haiderSonneteer

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Thank you to everyone sharing on this feed. Please keep it up.

We have something to talk about later. It is partly with help from you. So in some ways it is a part of you all.

Back soon.

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maxboy00

Well times do change, I have moved to a server based system for all of my CD playback. My CDP, is now setup as a transport and, has not seen much action since I made the switch.  I was very slow to embrace the move to digital playback, now I think its pretty cool and very convenient to sort through CD collections.

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Thanks for sharing that. Yes, many of us have made that move. Yet I now see a lot of people are jumping over that and simply using streaming services or storing in the cloud.

Is that the future or are we yet to see where most will settle, if at all?

Haider

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some light reading

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