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Promoted item:Lot of 200 plus 45RPM Vinyl Records- Great jukebox stuffer

Lot of 200 plus 45RPM Vinyl Records- Great jukebox stuffer

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About Used Vinyl

Although it may be hard to imagine for some mp3 listening youngsters, all that used vinyl one finds in record stores and flea markets across the country was once new vinyl. In fact, before the advent of CD players, iPods, and even cassette tapes, vinyl reigned supreme as the audio media of choice for almost a century. Famously, Thomas Edison is credited with the invention of the phonograph in 1878. The medium underwent a few minor advancements over the following decades. Disc records were invented in the 1880s (Edison's version played cylinders), and from that point on, the disk record dominated the international music market until the 1990s. (Although 8-tracks in the 70s and cassette tapes in the 80s threatened vinyl's supremacy, it wasn't until the advent of the compact disk that vinyl truly lost its stronghold.) Despite their long and fruitful popularity, vinyl has recently fallen by the wayside. Consumers cite the convenience of CDs as the main reason for the paramount shift in popularity. You can't play a used vinyl in your car, no matter how much more authentic the sound or detailed the artwork. You also can't switch easily between tracks, as you can with a CD. Some audiophiles cite this major advancement of the CD, the ability to switch between tracks with ease, as a major drawback of the medium. Albums no longer have to be listened to straight through, and because of this, some say the art form of the album has been lost. To these purists, only a mint-condition used vinyl copy of their favorite album in 12 inch 33 1/3 RPM format does the art form justice.