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prepress

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I am looking for Audio CDs (Hindi Bollywood 1990-2000 movies). Contact me with the titles you have.
 

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Shivam

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I am looking for old English albums of almost all genres, preferably classical, jazz, blues, country and old rock.

(Unfortunate that their sale is not permitted in the classifieds section.)
 

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I think they should permitted if they are original ones, as we are able to post SALE OF LPs (not sure if because of Analog).


I am looking for old English albums of almost all genres, preferably classical, jazz, blues, country and old rock.

(Unfortunate that their sale is not permitted in the classifieds section.)
 

prepress

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This is the reason why CDs are not permitted to be sold on the forum !

Yes, I agree. But I guess if the CDs are original they should be permitted. But there is no guaranty for HFV that they are original or ripped. In case of Vinyl there is no way for piracy.
 

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Of course you can tell if it's an original or ripped. The CD won't have a matrix number if it's ripped, no?
I've never understood the reluctance to allow CDs to be sold here. If the seller is crooked, ban him, put a cautionary message up and move on. Bad deals happen across all kinds of media. Why restrict the ban to CDs alone?
 

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Yes, If CDs are original then there shouldn't any issue. Even we also post a clicked image for the stuff on sale. Ultimately every sale matures on trust, it is electronic goods either LPs. If somebody wants to cheat, he can in other stuffs. But on HFV, trust is there and surety of genuine items.

Of course you can tell if it's an original or ripped. The CD won't have a matrix number if it's ripped, no?
I've never understood the reluctance to allow CDs to be sold here. If the seller is crooked, ban him, put a cautionary message up and move on. Bad deals happen across all kinds of media. Why restrict the ban to CDs alone?
 

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Yes, I agree. But I guess if the CDs are original they should be permitted. But there is no guaranty for HFV that they are original or ripped. In case of Vinyl there is no way for piracy.

I have a whole collection of pirated Lp's from Taiwan, S.Korea, S.Africa etc
 

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I have a whole collection of pirated Lp's from Taiwan, S.Korea, S.Africa etc

So now either we can get the sale of LPs also banned again or the sale of CDs permitted. I wonder what's the take of mods on this topic. What about audio cassettes ?

Coming back to the original topic - I am still looking for some good 'original' audio CDs of various genres.
 

jbgude

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..... In case of Vinyl there is no way for piracy.

Well there are hundreds pirated LPs of many artists - among the most collectable are those of the Beatles and Elvis Presley and I have several : in Elvis' case it was almost an industry churning out hundreds alternate unreleased takes of many of his songs and concerts- and surprisingly, even today there are a few pirated CDs coming out!

I do have a few ORIGINAL DVDs , Blu-ray and CDs for sale or exchange - would like to hear from interested persons: perhaps we can have a private mailing group and have the members vetted by each other to avoid unpleasent experiences.
 
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