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RE: Spending $$$$ on digital.

People are going to buy the thing and find out...... I've done that with inexpensive raves in the past.....

The only audio components that to me have a definite positive correlation between price and performance are phono cartridges..... But even there, a relatively inexpensive Denon 103R can really be satisfying.

I've heard inexpensive digital that I thought sounded nice, I've heard expensive digital that I thought sounded awful. (Won't name names.) Maybe the video reviewer hasn't experienced really good sounding digital audio. Such products aren't common, at any price. (And who knows how good the music/recordings the reviewer listened to. Most recent mainstream recordings are horrid relative to those 10 or 20 years ago.) So I cannot really blame him.
   


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