I still think they’re great and I keep my collection around, along with my iPod and various online music sources.
In 2017, everyone has a different listening habit. Some people I know who have converted to online streaming, in actuality, listen to music less often (perhaps frozen by the library presented).
Others prefer the vinyl undertaking and they seemingly get more “return” on their experience by having a greater sound quality combined with that thing that’s in demand these days….attention.
The radio appears drowned out, as in people don’t really listen. Commercial radio might as well by the mainstream nothing music that gets piped in at Moes while you wait for a burrito.
“Burn” is on it’s way. Do you want to have it in a CD format?