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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingrex View Post
    The Wiki link has no scientific links to actual scientific test to validate any claims. It could have been written by you.
    It was , AJ at his finest .....

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by a.wayne View Post
    It was , AJ at his finest .....
    Well, you could always write a counter Wiki with the country mile long list of objective metrics where vinyl is better than digital.
    Got milk?

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    I don't get your point. There is nothing in the wiki link to indicate it was written by anyone with any understanding of what they are talking about. It could be a millennial still in college trying to make a term paper. It means nothing. There is no evidence the author has any experience of knowledge of what he wrote. So yes, that is my standard. Please use it in the future.
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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by AJ Soundfield View Post
    Well, you could always write a counter Wiki with the country mile long list of objective metrics where vinyl is better than digital.
    Got milk?
    like the 50Khz wide bandwidth of Analog LP vs Nyquist

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by a.wayne View Post
    like the 50Khz wide bandwidth of Analog LP vs Nyquist
    Nyquist specifies a 100k upper limit?? Show me.

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Is that what i said .... i dont think so ...

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Methinks you confuse Redbook and Nyquist. Take care when one strays outside ones field Mr Wayne...

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Nope , its your lack of extrapolation my man , Nyquist frequency of your digital playback of choice vs Analog Lp.

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    Digital has no 100k upper limit.
    Your analog Wiki will have to do better than that
    Now lets agree that analog vinyl is inferior to Digital by every objective metric...but people can prefer whatever they wish...and flat out with some available media vinyl might be better and vice versa so another variable.
    Which leads to invalid comparisons. Soo..

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    Re: Analog and Vinyl: no longer the benchmark

    I propose taking any uber TT system of choice playing back vinyl of choice and comparing against a digitized version of itself in real time so even pops and clicks come clear through.
    Have vinylphile easily pick out the "analog" version. Post on YouTube. Case settled.

 

 
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