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Poll: What is Your Primary Means for Music Listening?

Discussion in 'The Roaming Zone' started by JFB, Dec 11, 2015.

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What is Your Primary Means for Music Listening?

  1. Physically owned music - CDs, Vinyl, Tape, etc.

    5 vote(s)
    41.7%
  2. Digitally owned music - MP3, iTunes, whatever.

    9 vote(s)
    75.0%
  3. Traditional Radio - AM, FM

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
  4. Satellite Radio

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Streaming Services - Pandora, Spotify, Amazon, Google and on and on.

    5 vote(s)
    41.7%
  6. YouTube

    4 vote(s)
    33.3%
  7. Songs stuck in my head.

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Other, something else.

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
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  1. JFB

    JFB Gold Senior Member
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    A Poll:

    Poll: What are Your Primary Means for Music Listening?

    I set to to allow for three choices per person.

    I'll try to put all the options I can think of in the options.
    Let me know if I left something off the list.
     
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  2. palandri

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    If I like a song I'll buy it from Google Play. I have maybe 25 songs total from Google Play and 10 songs from Amazon.

    In my truck I normally have news radio on. When I had satellite radio in my truck I listened to MLB baseball all the time. When XM radio wanted to charge me DRM fees to listen, I dumped XM radio.
     
  3. M in LA

    M in LA Mobile 25 Years Plus
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    Because of the large amount of music I have, I still use my 6th generation iPod Classic 160gb. The iPhone is an iPod back-up if the iPod Classic decides it's time to go to that great Apple in the sky.
     
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  4. Jay2TheRescue

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    I use the I Heart Radio app about 75% of the time, and traditional radio 25% of the time.
     
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    I use Groove Music to stream most of my music. What I can't get from Groove I buy the actual CD and rip it to mp3 and put it on my phone. I also use TuneIn, iHeart to stream internet and radio stations.
     
  6. viewfly

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    Pandora and iTunes. Internet radio for news, since I enjoy a non local NPR station

    Some iTunes is streaming (Apple Music), most are device located.

    Never use Google. I'm new to Sirius XM in the car.

    I stream mostly through my iPhone, Sonos speakers or Jambox.


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    I usually buy CD's and rip them to MP3. Sometimes I'll just download an MP3.
     
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    I had Sirius/XM until about three weeks ago. It was a moveable until, but I only put it in the car for long trips. I was on the minimal music only plan. I found I was only listening one or two days on the weekends for particular shows. Lately I listen to regular radio(for talk) and CDs in the car and my iPod at home. When I buy music it is usually from Amazon.
     
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    I have music I copied from my PC to my microSD card eons ago... Also, I do some streaming of Google Play Music, I have some tracks I bought (free and paid) on there... and on Amazon as well.
     
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  10. scottb

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    I use either an old iPod I leave in my car or Google Play Music. I was using Spotify Premium until Google announced Youtube Red, which is included with a Play Music premium subscription (and vice versa). It's a little strange (in a good way) going to Youtube and getting right to the videos with no ads. Once you do, you don't want to go back!
     

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