Friday, 16 August 2002
Jerry Del Colliano
AudioRevolution.com readers don't need a comprehensive study to tell us why CDs aren't selling like they used to in years past. And the cause is certainly not lousy sounding MP3s as the RIAA and some in the music industry would like you to think. Almost 20 years into the lifespan of the Compact Disc, the party is nearing an end. Poor quality, stereo music with very few (if any) added values makes not a worthy $17 purchase when DVD-Video titles, for a few dollars more, come packed with a feature length movie in surround sound and loaded with added value goodies like commentaries, alternate surround sound mixes, nifty games, photos, web links and much more.