Techzilla The DJ

A good friend from Santa Cruz gave me a pile of albums to sell on EBAY a few months ago. Of course, I haven't had a turntable in years. A few weeks ago I found a Craig AM/FM/Turntable at Rite-Aid on a closeout. Suprisingly enough it doesn't sound too bad piping it through the computer.

Anyway, in anticipation of selling used albums and needing some way to avoid advertised quality disputes, I have been recording the albums to CD. I figure in this day and age selling used albums is a tough sell. This being especially true when the CD is also available.

I might just be wasting my time unless I hook up with a collector.

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I have never owned a record player, though I have plenty of memories of records. I remember the large-as-life album covers of Dark Side of the Moon, Eagles Greatest Hits, Led Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy, Jimmy Buffet's A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean, and others.
So far I have only found two albums with skips I probably wouldn't be able to sell. I did find and extremely old Time-Life record demo that came in a magazine back in the 30's and an EMU systems synthesiser demo fro 1985. Both are likely worth some decent money.
Youur right about the audiophiles. I have seen several collectors over the last few years in my travels.