All replay cds £1 each or 2 for £1.50 at poundland
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All replay cds £1 each or 2 for £1.50 at poundland

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Found 15th Mar 2016
All replay music albums/cds £1 each or 2 for £1.50

Way to many albums/artists as stores can vary on titles but defo alot of bargains to be picked up.
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deleted405012
'CDs'?? How very last decade.
how about dvds ?
Halloway

'CDs'?? How very last decade.



​i agree
Items for £1 at Poundland ? Preposterous...
Actually starts tomorrow
SWEEEEEEET been looking for some hardcore Destiny's Child or DIDO CDs. Very useful as mug coasters.
Excellent find op, heat added
Halloway

'CDs'?? How very last decade.


Yeah, because iTunes' and YouTube audio quality is so much better.
Gamer_U

Yeah, because iTunes' and YouTube audio quality is so much better.



People who don't have the right equipment think MP3 IS da business!

It's all about lossless audio! If you really enjoy music; LPs and CDs is what it's very much about!
NEWSFLASH

ITEM IS £1 AT POUNDLAND.

Reports also coming in that a bear is having a doo doo in the woods.

More on this at 10.
A doo doo? Does your mummy know you are up early?
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hr08

People who don't have the right equipment think MP3 IS da business!It's … People who don't have the right equipment think MP3 IS da business!It's all about lossless audio! If you really enjoy music; LPs and CDs is what it's very much about!



I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between 320kbps mp3, aac, ogg vorbis etc, and 1411kbps PCM (aka CD quality,) And don't get me started on vinyl. Listening to vinyl is like watching a TV covered in dust.
Halloway

I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between … I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between 320kbps mp3, aac, ogg vorbis etc, and 1411kbps PCM (aka CD quality,) And don't get me started on vinyl. Listening to vinyl is like watching a TV covered in dust.



Tilt!
Graham1979

SWEEEEEEET been looking for some hardcore Destiny's Child or DIDO CDs. … SWEEEEEEET been looking for some hardcore Destiny's Child or DIDO CDs. Very useful as mug coasters.


This made me laugh... I bought a Destiny's Child CD for the car, the last time I was in Poundland
Halloway

I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between … I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between 320kbps mp3, aac, ogg vorbis etc, and 1411kbps PCM (aka CD quality,) And don't get me started on vinyl. Listening to vinyl is like watching a TV covered in dust.



And what exactly is your reliable test equipment for such methodology?
Halloway

I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between … I defy you to reliably detect a difference in audio quality between 320kbps mp3, aac, ogg vorbis etc, and 1411kbps PCM (aka CD quality,) And don't get me started on vinyl. Listening to vinyl is like watching a TV covered in dust.



You'll be telling us next that you can take better pictures on a mobile phone than on a professional camera.
COLD because I have no idea what this "CD" is. How do I redeem it online?
Wouldn't be so bad if people that are decrying CDs as old hat were at least streaming 16 Bit FLAC or even better moving forward with technology with 24 Bit FLAC, but nope it will be 20 year olds that are used to terrible modern production techniques that crush all dynamic range in production which suits lossy compression just fine.
smugjojo

A doo doo? Does your mummy know you are up early?


Well, if I'd said the other word it would have been starred out!

And my mummy would have told me off.
BigOrkWaaagh

NEWSFLASHITEM IS £1 AT POUNDLAND. Reports also coming in that a bear is … NEWSFLASHITEM IS £1 AT POUNDLAND. Reports also coming in that a bear is having a doo doo in the woods. More on this at 10.



They are 2 for £1.50 which is a drop in price.
scottz17

Items for £1 at Poundland ? Preposterous...



They are 2 for £1.50 which is a drop in price.
What are these CDs you speak of? I don't think my laptop, bluetooth speaker or tablet have somewhere you can put them in.
Shame that they closed the nice big store in Watford at the weekend, in favour of a smaller one that you can't swing a cat in.
Cameron92

What are these CDs you speak of? I don't think my laptop, bluetooth … What are these CDs you speak of? I don't think my laptop, bluetooth speaker or tablet have somewhere you can put them in.



Listen to "music" through your tv or soundbar no doubt.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 16th Mar 2016
still £1 each in my local.
1970QPR

still £1 each in my local.



The key is in the heading of this thread, it's only 16th March 2016.
Anyone tell me if available (or to be) online? Can't access site ATM.

Many thanks
paulie

Anyone tell me if available (or to be) online? Can't access site ATM.Many … Anyone tell me if available (or to be) online? Can't access site ATM.Many thanks



Just looked, it is actually available online as of now....titles are limited online compared to instore though. They probably have more copies of 90s and 00s best selling artists to shift online. A huge glut of Robbie Williams, Dido, Madonna, Corrs, Sugababes etc.

At least in store you can rifle through the usual selection and occasionally pick up something worthwhile, dependent on your musical taste of course.
WalkerboyUK

Shame that they closed the nice big store in Watford at the weekend, in … Shame that they closed the nice big store in Watford at the weekend, in favour of a smaller one that you can't swing a cat in.

think they had to close it the site is being re developed
cicobuff

Listen to "music" through your tv or soundbar no doubt.



Yes I like to put music onto my original Xbox hard drive and then listen to it through pc monitors speakers.
Been collecting a few Now Thats What I Call Music CDs recently, will keep my eye open for more
Cameron92

Yes I like to put music onto my original Xbox hard drive and then listen … Yes I like to put music onto my original Xbox hard drive and then listen to it through pc monitors speakers.



So you really have no comprehension of Hi-Fi equipment, CD quality music either via physical medium or via FLAC container files then.
cicobuff

So you really have no comprehension of Hi-Fi equipment, CD quality music … So you really have no comprehension of Hi-Fi equipment, CD quality music either via physical medium or via FLAC container files then.



Why do you need a container for CDs when you can just listen to youtube on your phone.
Cameron92

Why do you need a container for CDs when you can just listen to youtube … Why do you need a container for CDs when you can just listen to youtube on your phone.



I said container file, not a physical container...as in FLAC has compression but retains the same bitrate as the original audio.

Original Data: aaaaaaabcdeeeefg
Compressed Data: !7abcd!4efg

While the compressed data isn't as large of an amount of data, the program will know that ![n] means to repeat the character a certain amount of times so that it appears the exact same way as the original data.

Other than portable means...car, motorcycle (bluetooth helmet), phone etc I would never listen to MP3 either via files or Youtube.....crap in crap out.

Why would I want to take a step backwards in the audio world?
ozzieder

You sir have NFI



Seems like the majority of the general public these days do not care, both with audio and video...and that really affects those of us that do...ironically though whilst people are accepting of playing music through crappy equipment and not buying into either amps or receivers, they are being sucked into buying 4K with very little content there, it really is odd.....yet people decry physical media.

I wrote this only the other day on another forum......

The problem with streaming at least from a subscription based perspective, Netflix, Amazon Instant Video etc is providing you have a decent enough broadband connection to receive 1080P streaming (4-5mbps), the transmission bit rate still is not at the same level as Blu Ray. Add in those of us that own AV Receivers and only getting Dolby Digital 5.1 at best out of streaming.

The problem is just the same for those that have taken to 4K TVs, Netflix Ultra HD transmits at a lowly 15mbps, and even with a more optimised codec with H.265/HEVC the quality of transmissions are only marginally better than existing Blu Ray.

Things are 'slightly' better on the TV side of things (albeit with limited broadcasting) with BT Ultra HD transmitting at around 30mbps. Whilst offering better quality, still not the full quality you should be expecting of 4K, and with many UK home struggling with broadband speeds and a recommended requirement of around 38-45mbps, outside of the realm of a good number, with once again compressed audio.

It is kind of ironic that on one hand the general public is quite accepting of substandard video and audio (streaming and compressed music) yet marketing has people in their droves switching to 4K TVs when the infrastructure simply is not there....not to mention the biggest irony of all......

Those that have been ditching or not even taking up Blu Ray in its current format would need one of the new forthcoming Ultra HD Blu Ray players to be able to take advantage of 4K at its best instead of around half its potential at best in streaming.



cicobuff

I said container file, not a physical container...as in FLAC has … I said container file, not a physical container...as in FLAC has compression but retains the same bitrate as the original audio. Original Data: aaaaaaabcdeeeefgCompressed Data: !7abcd!4efgWhile the compressed data isn't as large of an amount of data, the program will know that ![n] means to repeat the character a certain amount of times so that it appears the exact same way as the original data.Other than portable means...car, motorcycle (bluetooth helmet), phone etc I would never listen to MP3 either via files or Youtube.....crap in crap out.Why would I want to take a step backwards in the audio world?


But CDs are wellllll old isn't that a step backwards? You should go forwards and play Spotify on your Smart TV.
Cameron92

But CDs are wellllll old isn't that a step backwards? You should go … But CDs are wellllll old isn't that a step backwards? You should go forwards and play Spotify on your Smart TV.



I think you are missing the point....whilst they may be old from a physical perspective they offer better audio quality than MP3. My own 'step forward' is playing exactly the same bit-rate of CDs or higher via streaming 16 Bit FLAC or better still 24 Bit FLAC when artists rarely release in such a format.

As for taking a step forward with Spotify, it is not, once again the standard subscription to Spotify has sub-par lossy MP3s at 160kbps, even premium it is at 320kbps.....16 Bit CD quality is 1411kbps and 24 Bit audio around 2304kbps.

And why would I play music through my tv when I have a home cinema setup?!?


Edited by: "cicobuff" 16th Mar 2016
I don't want to spoil the fun but I think some of the point missing here may be deliberate? Take it easy, folks.
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cicobuff

I think you are missing the point....whilst they may be old from a … I think you are missing the point....whilst they may be old from a physical perspective they offer better audio quality than MP3. My own 'step forward' is playing exactly the same bit-rate of CDs or higher via streaming 16 Bit FLAC or better still 24 Bit FLAC when artists rarely release in such a format.As for taking a step forward with Spotify, it is not, once again the standard subscription to Spotify has sub-par lossy MP3s at 160kbps, even premium it is at 320kbps.....16 Bit CD quality is 1411kbps and 24 Bit audio around 2304kbps.And why would I play music through my tv when I have a home cinema setup?!?



I'll bet that you cannot, given the same mastering, tell the difference between a track encoded in 16 bits and one encoded at 24 bits. I mean a series of proper ABX tests where you get >95% correct. You may think that you can tell the difference but I'll bet you can't. I've tried it and I can't. Very few people can, if any at all.
Anybody thinking of buying these from the website the postage is £4.
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