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* The "book value" of many LPs, representing both its collector's value and its musical value, is often quite high - anywhere from $10-$20 for either new or used LPs to over a hundred dollars for collectible LPs.
 
* The "book value" of many LPs, representing both its collector's value and its musical value, is often quite high - anywhere from $10-$20 for either new or used LPs to over a hundred dollars for collectible LPs.
 
* LPs in general are neither overvalued nor undervalued. While they do not risk becoming worthless, they usually do not carry their value well unless certain releases become more collectible. Vinyl is not a particularly safe investment for collection or financial purposes only.
 
* LPs in general are neither overvalued nor undervalued. While they do not risk becoming worthless, they usually do not carry their value well unless certain releases become more collectible. Vinyl is not a particularly safe investment for collection or financial purposes only.
* While there is some appeal in listening to older music in the format it was released under, that does not necessarily mean that one is any "closer" to the music than listening to it in a different format. Put more simply, vinyl is simply not any more of an "authentic" format than CD or MP3 by any rational measure; all evidence to the contrary is based purely on emotional arguments.
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* Financially, any benefits of the cheaper media must be compared against the amortized cost of the equipment needed to play and maintain it. Unless great care is taken in a vinyl investment, the cost can quickly outweigh the benefits.
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Financially, any benefits of the cheaper media must be compared against the amortized cost of the equipment needed to play and maintain it.
  
  
 
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