The Compact Disc (CD) effectively revolutionized the way we listen to music. Back in the 80s, when it first exploded on the scene, it was the ultimate consumer format for music and other types of audio data.
It was truly remarkable, the way CDs enabled us to switch from the analog sound of cassette or vinyl and actually listen to digital music. There was no need to forward or rewind tapes nor flip records from side to side. With a compact disc, you could just jump to the desired track and listen to it as many times as you liked, without any fuss or hassle.
But that was a long time ago and the CD is now going the same way as the VHS and audio cassette. In fact, many car entertainment system makers have disposed with the CD player altogether. Much the same also applies to laptops and PCS where the humble USB port has taken the place of the CD player.
Just as CDs replaced their earlier vinyl and tape counterparts due to sound quality and convenience, MP3 and other digital formats are now replacing CDs on a large scale.
Why lug a Discman when you can listen to the same thing on your smartphone? Add to that the fact that today’s cutting edge smart speakers and smart TVs can play music directly from your USB stick or memory card, and you can see why CDs are going the way of the dinosaur.
There is no need to keep track of large numbers of CD albums and manually writing down the tracks on each and every one of them. Now you can simply miniaturize all that data and place it on your laptop, tablet or any other device you like.
Some of the major benefits of digitizing your CDs include the following:
o No more lost or damaged discs or stuffing CDs in wrong covers
o No need of all those giant disc towers around your sound system
o You can save hard-earned money by not having to buy new CDs all the time
o Use your Wi-Fi and activate the home-sharing option to stream your whole digital media collection to other devices and speakers all around your home
o You will be able to access your entire music collection instantly
o You can find and revive those long-forgotten hits and enjoy them once again
More and more people are now digitizing CDs so that they would be able to play their music whenever and wherever they like. In fact, turning music into media files is becoming more of a norm, rather than an exception.
However, it is important that you should only trust your precious CD library with highly skilled and experienced professionals instead of trying to digitize it yourself. Contact us for a fast and reliable solution for all of your CD ripping needs.