Started by OrchestralNut, March 05, 2023, 07:41:46 AM
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Quote from: Madiel on March 17, 2023, 03:43:47 AMI have a handful of discs, which includes at least one or two classical off the top of my head, in a small cardboard box.I think most of them have been in the box for around 15 years, and the box has moved house, and I've still not actually disposed of them.
QuoteI also have some recordings which are duplicated thanks to box sets, but where I'm a bit annoyed that the box set liner notes don't have as much information. So the smaller release hasn't got marked for removal because I want to have the liner notes. Whether I've read the liner notes any time recently is a separate question best not contemplated.
Quote from: Jo498 on March 17, 2023, 04:19:28 AMBefore my last move almost 10 years ago I had the good fortune to sell around 200 discs or more to a person who was interested in them. He got a pretty good deal but I earned a bit and had to pack one box for shipping instead of moving. However, I was quite lucky as this was right before more people converted to streaming or other "nonphysical" (of course not, it's just different media or outsourced ones) ways.
Quote from: Madiel on March 17, 2023, 03:55:31 AMBut the more pertinent point for this thread is that I wouldn't consider that to be culling your collection.
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