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Sophmore year of college in East Lansing 1980, my dorm roommate critically auditioned various speakers at the local stores and settled on some variety of inexpensive Polk speakers that were marginally better than the other brands. I still didn't know about high end audio, but that was my first awareness of making a serious effort to get good sound reproduction. Have fond memories of buying records, playing them once to record them on to cassette tapes, and then carefully preserving in protective plastic covers. I hauled them around for 20 years from Michigan to California to North Carolina, and then foolishly sold all of my perfectly preserved LPs when I moved back to California again in 1999. Complete collections of Talking Heads, Kraftwerk, The Who, etc. I hope some lucky person benefited from my mistake.
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