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RE: Enjoyed the second read

I tend to agree about 24/96. But many believe archiving an analog tape to 24/192 then mastering to 24/96 is the best of both worlds. Of course, new recordings tracked, mixed, and mastered in 24/96 are also ideal.

Audiophiles love numbers. Many believed that 24/96 was going to be essentially "twice as good" as redbook, and of course, 24/192 was going to be 4x as as good. Not so.

As good as a read as this was..many, many albums come out of mastering houses at 24 bit/44.1 kHz.

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