- Jun 12, 1999
I've reached the point with my system where the good CDs sound really good, and the bad ones can sound really bad. Unfortunately, I have a lot of favorites in the "bad" sounding pile. When you reach this point do you start weeding out your collection? Relegating some for car use only? Suddenly "discover" that jazz and classical are the only genres worth listening to (because that's what Telarc and Chesky produce)? Invest in a crap-load of remasters? Just curious how you handle the double edged sword of good audio reproduction....