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2013-05-08 11:42:15 PM
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Digital recordings sound bad because of shiatty mastering such as the loudness war. If you plugged the preamp output of your $50,000 turntable into an A/D converter and burned that bit stream onto a CD, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the CD and the original turntable in a blind listening test.
2013-05-08 05:42:21 PM
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viscountalpha: Russ1642: viscountalpha: i'd like to see other materials. Maybe one or two that actually might help the sound instead of degrade it.

Silicon. As in silicon memory cards holding digital data.

If I could punch you through the internet, I would right now.
 
Look at what I wrote and realize how farking stupid you are.


I was just making fun of people for storing in analog when digital is so much better and has zero degradation with use.
2013-05-08 05:40:51 PM
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Wooden records sound much better than vinyl records. Also they are green and prevent "Global Wharrming".
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2013-05-08 05:36:16 PM
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viscountalpha: i'd like to see other materials. Maybe one or two that actually might help the sound instead of degrade it.


Silicon. As in silicon memory cards holding digital data.
 
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