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...I see great evidence of server-side music systems when I travel—Bridges, Roon, iTunes, NAS—the vast majority of listening experiences remain on silver discs.

I think part of the reason for the physical media still reigning has much to do with people's libraries. Like me, the vast majority of our libraries are still contained on CD and SACD. Sure, I have taken the time and effort to rip much of my favorites onto hard drives, but I am loathe to give up the little silver discs.

And it seems others are as well.

This surprises me. The convenience and consistent quality of server-side audio is so compelling that you'd think once someone got the bit in their mouth they'd run like the wind with it.

But that has yet to hold true.

How about you? Is the majority of your music still trapped on plastic, or have you taken the leap and transferred it to hard drives?

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