Love in anger
You and they may prefer it, but science disagrees with you on what is a more faithful reproduction of the music within the range of human hearing. Is that a less triggering way of putting it?What a staggeringly condescending statement. Audio format preferences aren't objective and no-one made you the king of other people's opinions. I could throw a dart onto the internet and hit 1000 audiophiles and audio experts who would soundly disagree with you.
If you think it sounds better, good for you. If you think it’s an objectively better reproduction of the music below 22KHz, you’re full of shit.Also, I have both the CD and the Vinyl of Senjutsu. The vinyl copy sounds better. Now, tell me I'm full of shit.
I’m saying I lived through the first death of vinyl, and we abandoned it en masse because everything about it was objectively inferior to CDs except the size of the cover art. That’s still true today, regardless of whether you prefer the format for emotional or purely subjective reasons.So, you're saying something that millions of people enjoy and that brings in a healthy revenue stream for artists and the music industry as a whole should be dead just because you don't like it?
For the same reason that some people take unproven nutritional supplements, or think ivermectin is a good treatment for COVID. Just because there’s a market for something doesn’t mean that it’s a good solution.And why do you think that is?