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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome) - Page 1741post #26101 of 550301/12/16 at 1:20pmpost #26102 of 550301/12/16 at 1:27pmpost #26103 of 550301/12/16 at 1:38pmpost #26104 of 550301/12/16 at 1:46pmpost #26105 of 550301/12/16 at 1:49pmQuote:
Just popping in here to clarify that statement...if you're hearing a hum during the record, it's not intended and there is something wrong with your equipment.
However, many enthusiasts refer to the 'warmth' of vinyl, in this case they're talking about harmonic distortion imparted by the very imperfect medium. It does have a sound, and it is by definition distortion, but it is nowhere near as obvious as a hum.
I may have misunderstood what you meant, and if I did I apologize.post #26106 of 550301/12/16 at 2:05pmQuote:Originally Posted by div25sec9
I'll wade into the vinyl debate...
As mentioned before; the stereo system you are using is very important. It is the limiting factor 99% of the time. It doesn't matter if you have the perfect turntable and flawless vinyl, if your amp or speakers are weak, everything will sound like crap. Once the signal gets passed through a mixer and amp, and speakers; it isn't clean at all... That's why some people run tube amps and spend tens of thousands on speakers.
The biggest reason people are getting into vinyl is to get back to an earlier time; when music was not so easily accessible and was appreciated more. They like deciding on an album to get, getting a physical item, dedicating time to listen, and looking at the cover art while the music plays. Today music has become cheap and disposable. It's all files on a disk, sitting beside some word docs and spreadsheet files. Vinyl is the opposite of that, going back to an earlier time.
My friend Kenny (who was also my best man) and I used to have long philosophical discussions while working in a professional photo lab "back in the day" (yes, we used to process film, imagine that!). He used to rail about the lessening quality of music, and was adamant that the MP3 format was ruining the music industry. He also would rail against people who would play albums on shuffle, even when listening to the CD. That's part of what drew me back to vinyl: you pretty much have to play the album from start to finish (or one side, at least). The artist intended it that way: you start with song #1 and play the album through to the end so you'd get the full experience. This led to him naming his latest solo studio album "Shuffle", and not putting the songs in any particular order, as a statement of sorts.post #26107 of 550301/12/16 at 2:06pm
Hey LA crew:
I'll be in your fine city Jan. 27th through Feb. 1 checking out the Riot LA comedy festival. I won't have that much time to hit the thrifts, or luggage space to bring stuff home, but nevertheless if you want to hit a couple stores and/or grab a pint, feel free to send a PM.
On the off chance anyone else is attending, let's hang out for sure.post #26108 of 550301/12/16 at 2:07pm
Thank you guys..
Now for yesterdays finds
Fodder, but the Talbott is official regimental horses guard limited for Bel Air Country club members (@vexco I'm coppin all country club stuff now haha) and Faconnable is Wool/silk 50/50
Brioni, Cucinelli, Skeet x2
AE Sanfords, John Varvatos Mainline chukka boots, Prada sneakers that look way more busted in this photo then they are
AE Kirkwoods(?) there like fake Sperrys, Then the following shoes I just picked up from the leather guy yesterday and never posted, Florsheim Barlettas (?) 100% Snake Skin, AE Sanfords
Barely worn AE Fifth Avenues, AE Brogued Wholecuts, AE Chukkas, and I think those are AE Clifton or something in the back
Back to yesterdays finds
Not really my thing but for a buck sure why not, OakleysWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
However these are fucking sick and I had no clue they even existed and for a buck, I will gladly relieve your inventory of them.
Vtg. Handmade in Japan.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Dope handmade Shearling by Knight Tailors Ltd.
Older Belvest Wool/Cash blazer
Sick older Belvest Navy Tweed Fleck blazer w/ Patch pockets
Zegna basic solid Navy blazer with silver buttons
Ferragamo blazer w/ Ferragamo metal engraved buttons by Catarelli
Very recent Armani Collezioni Italy Navy pinstripe suit
Recent Zegna 15milmil15 Gray w/ blue pinstripes suit
Crazy piece, has a silk scarf braided throughout the blazer, inside and out.
And those were my three stops yesterday...post #26109 of 550301/12/16 at 2:17pmpost #26110 of 550301/12/16 at 2:26pmpost #26111 of 550301/12/16 at 2:37pmpost #26112 of 550301/12/16 at 2:39pmpost #26113 of 550301/12/16 at 2:55pmQuote:Originally Posted by Fueco
My friend Kenny (who was also my best man) and I used to have long philosophical discussions while working in a professional photo lab "back in the day" (yes, we used to process film, imagine that!). He used to rail about the lessening quality of music, and was adamant that the MP3 format was ruining the music industry. He also would rail against people who would play albums on shuffle, even when listening to the CD. That's part of what drew me back to vinyl: you pretty much have to play the album from start to finish (or one side, at least). The artist intended it that way: you start with song #1 and play the album through to the end so you'd get the full experience. This led to him naming his latest solo studio album "Shuffle", and not putting the songs in any particular order, as a statement of sorts.
<sigh> the good ol days of napster.post #26114 of 550301/12/16 at 3:01pmpost #26115 of 550301/12/16 at 3:05pm
LOL, it wasn't just Napster. He also transferred all of his digital music at CD quality into his iPods. Last I heard, he had at least a dozen iPods. He also had way too many CDs for any one man to listen to in a lifetime.
He got me into bands like Talking Heads and Gillian Welch, and I turned him onto Johnny Cash. Sometimes I do miss actually working with other people.
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