SACD was early this decade, right, maybe 2001 timeframe?
I don't think DCC caught on anywhere.
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From: "Richard L. Hess" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, December 31, 2009 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Media Timeline - Historical Assistance Please
> Hi, Tom,
> At 03:52 PM 2009-12-31, Tom Fine wrote:
>>SACD (could be considered a failed/fringe format, but it does still hang on)
> What would you put as its dates?
>>I wouldn't count fringe/failed formats like Elcaset, DCC and
>>Minidisc (MD failed as a consumer-release format but succeeded for a
>>time as a recording format; Elcaset and DCC just plain failed).
> I thought that DCC and MD were bigger in Europe than North America,
> and I think we're looking worldwide--except we'll discount Finland
> and Elcaset as all remaining Elcasets were apparently dumped in Finland.
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