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The problem is that they aren't being mastered differently - there's a website that lists vinyl releases (can't find the link) and compares it to the CD masters and they're often the same thing. Older CD masters from the 80's or 90's are re-released compressed to drive sales. The latest vinyl fad has just become a new means for record companies to to exploit a "new" medium and race for the bottom - they know many new listeners on cheap players actually just want to hear what they get out of the earbud.

Releated: https://thevinylfactory.com/features/analogue-digital-vinyl-...

There are, of course, those brands that care about remasters, but I don't think they're a majority of the market unless you're looking at classical and older jazz.

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