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Whats the next step?

Discussion in 'Music' started by EvaMonkey, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. EvaMonkey

    EvaMonkey Little Brother

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    From Records to Audio Cassettes

    From Audio Cassettes to CD's

    From CD's to Mini Disk (Did anyone actually buy a Mini Disk?)

    From Mini Disk to Mp3 CD's

    From Mp3 CD's to Mp3 Players

    So whats next?

    We've reached the point where music is nothing more then a piece of memory stored on a hard drive or flash memory... have we reached the evolutionary end of how we listen to music or is there something more down the line?
     
  2. BiteMe

    BiteMe dickhead

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    I think in the future we'll be able to store the songs on our PC, then have just earphones in our ears, and no cable or MP3 player, and the sound waves can be delivered to them earphones. So then you won't get mugged for having a £200+ MP3 player.
     
  3. temp100

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    But you might get mugged for having £100+ Sennheisers. :D
     
  4. BiteMe

    BiteMe dickhead

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    Damn, I failed. :wah:
     
  5. subin

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    For me records are the best. I prefer the sound quality of a record to a cd or mp3. It just sounds more "real". But then theres the portability issues.
     
  6. Timebomb

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    Clearly the next step here is to have music directly downloaded to your brain.
     

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