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1 Feb The MiniDisc recorder was in my pants. This was how you bootlegged a concert in —you'd come into the hall with no bag, ready for the. MiniDisc was a magneto-optical disc format for audio, introduced by Sony in MiniDisc, along with the Digital Compact Cassette released the same year, . MiniDisc (MD) is a magneto-optical disc-based data storage format offering a capacity of 74 minutes and, later, 80 minutes, of digitized audio or 1 gigabyte of Hi-MD data. Sony brand audio players were on the market from September until March
15 Feb michael (@MDAndrsn) February 14, The reasons for creating the MiniDisc sort of make sense, if you think about it: while Sony was. 1 Feb After a surprisingly long year life, Sony has officially announced the end of the MiniDisc. Production will be halted and the last MiniDisc. AM GMT 02 Feb The MiniDisc, the Sony digital storage format intended to replace the audio cassette, only ever had limited success outside of Japan.
1 Feb Sony has announced that it will ship its last MiniDisc player in March of The biggest question it raises, of course, is: who the hell is still. 2 Feb Sony announces the end of the MiniDisc. CD and MP3 prematurely killed the MiniDisc star. Duncan Geere, cesarnebreda.com - 2/2/, AM. 5 Feb And with that, Sony just announced that its last MiniDisc stereo system will be produced next The MiniDisc: September, – March, 27 Sep The MiniDisc format had a slightly better send-off: in February of , Sony announced that they would no longer be making MiniDisc players. 15 Feb The Ode: The Sony MiniDisc (–) Born to Japanese electronics giant Sony in , the MiniDisc was a recordable inch optical.