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Do You Use a Music Server for Most Listening?

I've been talking a lot about music servers lately. It's the subject of this week's Home Theater Geeks podcast with Jon Iverson as well as today's Ask Scott blog. This leads me to wonder how many of our readers use music servers rather than physical-disc players for most of their music listening.

As always, I really hope you leave a comment about your choice. If you use a server, which one? Why do you like using a server over a disc player? If you don't use a server, why not?

Vote to see the results and leave a comment about your choice.

Do You Use a Music Server for Most Listening?
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