I'm beginning to wonder if I wasn't too qucik to replace my old vinyl albums with CDs as they became available. I did this with virtually all of my albums as soon as they were released on CD.
More and more, I keep discovering that remastered versions of the CDs have been released. Which means, I would have to replace nearly every CD I have.
Is it really worth it? Is the sound really that much better? I recently ordered remastered versions of my Grateful Dead CDs - Workingman's Dead and American Beauty.
However, I now realize, that remastered versions of all the Zeppelin CDs are now out, as well as, dozens and dozens of other artists.
I have over 1,200 CDs, most of which are the original CD versions that were released.
Is anybody else in the same boat? If so, have you been replacing them with remastered versions? As I asked, is it really worth it?
Is the sound quality really that much better on the remastered version of Led Zeppelin II than the version I bought like 18 years ago?
Any new CDs I've been buying, I've purchased remastered versions, where possible. I'm just wondering if I pissed all that money away on all those original CD releases.
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