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Are you kidding?

Look, just because you disagree with certain answers/assessments doesn't render them BS..

Sorry, but I pay attention to what others post. Let's review some of what you've said:

With MQA, the number of catalog items could be cut in half, or even by two-thirds in some cases....

As we've seen, that speculation has no basis in fact. Next!

You opined that MQA might provide:

...compellingly increased consumer sales (due to greater convenience or greater listening satisfaction), and/or whether it compellingly lowers industry distribution cost.

When I challenged the notion of "convenience" and "lower cost", you folded. Obviously since neither applies in today's world of inexpensive internet bandwidth cost.

I've observed that there is an utter dearth of downloadable titles. When I've challenged PAR with that reality, he retracted. "That takes further time"

We'll wait!

I've observed based upon an in depth analysis of another poster that the 500 odd titles available on Tidal are largely classic rock and soul/blues.

Do you have any data that refutes any of those facts?

Also, would you care to share with us your top 3 MQA titles? What content justified the additional cost to use one of few MQA compatible DACs?

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