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RE: Oh please! ...

High end audio existed before Boomers it just was not called 'high end'. Early Marantz, McIntosh, etc. all high end starting in the 50s.

I don't think we need to be making fun of Millennials and their phones. Throwing stones at glass houses I suppose. Audiophile are far more fickle than any Millennial I have met.

I had no premise other than stating B&M stores aren't going anywhere. Just changing with the times at least the ones that wish to survive. Boomer's day in the sun is fading and Millennial's desire something different than their Boomer parents. Nothing odd in that it is the same with every generation the nature of things. And the Millennials I know are not nearly as concerned with massive acquisition of stuff. That is most definitely a Boomer thing. That does not mean Millennials don't want to buy and acquire things.

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