Minidisc

Anyone still holding on to their minidiscs and players?
Sony XBR 75X900E , Marantz SR5003- also feeding NAD2400 for mains. Lsim705’s and Totem Rainmakers, Jamo D4sub (beast) Klipsch ref center, def tech sm350’s sur, Mirage zone 2, Denon 2910, Pro-Ject TT with NAD ppe2, Sony 300 disc changer, JVC minidisc, monster 2600 power, TiVo Bolt, Xbox 1S, Apple TV 4K, Sonos Connect, play 5 and two play 1’s. Harmony hub

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  • mpitogompitogo Posts: 249
    Right next to my Rio PMP.
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 22
    Would love to get my hands on some of the released music on MD. I remember visiting a B.B. in 1994 and seeing U2 and others with MD albums in retail packaging. That would be so cool to have. I have seen a few around on the net but $$$
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 3,450
    Is there any advantage to it in terms of sound quality? Or are you just after it for the novelty/collectability aspect?
    joecoulson wrote: »
    Would love to get my hands on some of the released music on MD. I remember visiting a B.B. in 1994 and seeing U2 and others with MD albums in retail packaging. That would be so cool to have. I have seen a few around on the net but $$$

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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 17,622
    ...maybe...

    ;)
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  • ZLTFULZLTFUL Posts: 4,417
    No real advantage to sound...its marketing was as a more compact method of carrying digital music.

    The concept was great but it was just not pushed hard enough to become a mainstay. Plus the cost vs a regular CD was hard for most people to swallow at that point too. (Worked at Best Buy at the time)
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 22
    Novelty for sure. I know that my LP’s and hi res cd’s would always do better. Just love the technology.
    Sony XBR 75X900E , Marantz SR5003- also feeding NAD2400 for mains. Lsim705’s and Totem Rainmakers, Jamo D4sub (beast) Klipsch ref center, def tech sm350’s sur, Mirage zone 2, Denon 2910, Pro-Ject TT with NAD ppe2, Sony 300 disc changer, JVC minidisc, monster 2600 power, TiVo Bolt, Xbox 1S, Apple TV 4K, Sonos Connect, play 5 and two play 1’s. Harmony hub
  • Danny TseDanny Tse Posts: 5,195
    joecoulson wrote: »
    Anyone still holding on to their minidiscs and players?

    I still use a Sony portable MD player and have a component MD player/recorder which I purchased directly from Sony.

    When my local Target put the blank MDs on clearance, I purchased all of the blank MDs they had.

    Occasionally, I will buy a pre-recorded MD off of eBay. It's more of a "curiosity" for me.
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