The concept of “good sound” has always fascinated me. Audio quality—the sonic accuracy of a musical recording—is a highly subjective thing. Lemme ask you this: how do you listen to music? Through cheap ear buds or expensive headphones? Through laptop speakers or a giant stereo system?
This leads me to what I think is an interesting question: If you had to choose between (a) a large selection of music that sounded just okay or (b) a smaller selection that was in super high-fidelity, which would you take? According to a survey of music fans taken late last year, more people would go with (a). Quantity of music seems to be more important to today’s music consumer than its sonic quality. Where do you fit in this argument?