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RE: Bryston BCD-3 RedBook CD player

Does every album that comes out not still come out on CD?

Seems like every piece of popular music and rock and classical and jazz still has a CD release. Sales may be down but I do believe most every album still comes out with a CD release (and indeed, a buttload still comes out on LP). So the format hasn't died and thus there is likely a big enough demand for Bryston to put out a CD player.

Certainly the Asian market demands the discs. In Hong Kong there are specialty stores all over selling CD and LP. And special edition versions on suped up remastered K2HD and gold etc discs.

One dealer here noted that he has gotten a number of ultra wealthy customers who sold their 10,000 CD collections for computer audio - heard the players he sells and then they sell their dCS, Bricasti, MSB, etc in for the NOS CD players - and then bemoan the fact that they are out re-buying their CD collections again. A lot of vinylphiles did the same back in the day.

Can't speak to Brysssssston - if it doesssssn't sssssssound like sssssolid ssssstate it might be good.


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