Audio Asylum Thread Printer
Get a view of an entire thread on one page
|For Sale Ads|
In Reply to: RE: A new Tidal fan posted by E-Stat on April 17, 2017 at 09:37:33
Started with MOG, tried Tidal, Deezer Elite, but have stuck with Spotify mostly because of the Catalogue. I rarely listen to my 1.2 TB Music Library. -- Most of it is on Spotify anyway.
Funny you should mention your stored music files.....
I had a local Sonos guy come in and drop an additional router/wifi link in the den so I can run the Connect without having to go through and extender. We added a NAS but havent dumped iTunes library onto it. Apparently this is a PITA and the guy has been dragging his feet regarding getting this last piece of pie complete.
Meanwhile my son was visiting over Easter and remarked, "why are you even concerned with your music files when all your stuff is already on Spotify and Deezer?"
Made me go Hummmm.....
"Why are you even concerned with your music files when all your stuff is already on Spotify and Deezer?"
What happens if Tidal, Spotify and Deezer go out of business?
Still alive after all of that, then we lost ClassicsOnlineHD...
And if I had purchased all of the music that I have streamed over the last few years it would be $HUNDRED$ a month in CD purchases, some out of print and not even available for sale at anything less than HUGE bucks.
As it is, I listen to about 10 CDs worth of music for each that I purchase. The main system in the loft now runs about all day in the
If there is a market for music, someone will provide for it.
This should concern no one, but the most paranoid.
Post a Message!
This post is made possible by the generous support of people like you and our sponsors: