Cassette Recorder replacement?

I rememeber as a kid, when ever I purchased a new album, I would record the album straight to tape when I got home. Well, times have changed and I'm no longer a kid. Maybe this should replace the tape deck?


Or is it just a spiral down the same path when the 80s were well on it's way? Only this time, with more bits?
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Professional recording generally used DBX (I'm told) because it is better. (Pro DBX was not the same as what they marketed to the consumer...more complex). Dolby marketing stategy to the consumer (license the process inexpensively to hardware manufacturers) was better.

As I recall the reason to tape record your LPs was to capture their sound before wear set in. I don't see how this would apply to CDs.