CD values

To: Paul Taylor <>
Subject: CD values
From: "Syd Curtis" <>
Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2000 11:49:31 +1000
Thanks Paul, for picking up my error.  I took the statement, "The CD sells
for $90," at face value.

 I apologise to Monty Brigham and to birding-aus.



> Syd Curtis wrote:
> [snip]
>> >  Ihave a Ruffed Grouse recording that is included on my CD-Bird
>> Sounds of
>> > Canada. It was recorded with a Nagra SIV tape recorder. The CD sells
>> for
>> > $90.00.
>> >
>> > Monty Brigham
>> > -----------------------------------------------------
>> I can't tell whether the writer is Canadian, but this seems probable.
>>  My recollection is that Canadian dollars are worth a little less than
>> US $s, but not much less.  So, even though the Oz $ is not worth much
>> these days, it would appear that we are getting very good value when
>> we buy Australian wildlife sounds CDs.
> I checked this out on the web; apparently it's a three volume
> six CD set, so $90 for the set seems a fair price.
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