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Most of my music listening is still CDs, which form the bulk of my collection. Mostly listen on my computer over cheap speakers when doing other things, but we're travelling now, so we play them on our car system, rather than radio. Don't listen to radio much at all and don't have a stereo system at home. Still have around 50 LPs that I can listen to via an old turntable that still works, hooked up to a bluetooth transmitter - so any bluetooth speaker or headphones in the vicinity will work. Many of the albums I have left would be impossible to replace, now, on any media. Casette player is still around, and probably works, but not hooked up to anything currently.

As for Video, we seldom use DVDs, and VHS even less, but we have the equipment to do so, if we choose.
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