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Very interesting

All of those people who have gone to so much trouble to make copies of their commercial disks since they "sounded better" ... I remember reading people making copies of copies swearing they were getting better sound with each generation.

Luckily I am too cheap to do that.

But it does bring up the subject of digital noise which one does have to learn to listen for.

Could it be people perceived a "better" sound quality but were oblivious to the added noise? I guess these two parameters can be assessed separately? Especially if you are ignoring one of them.

So why are you making copies?

Edits: 05/25/17

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  • Very interesting - rickmcinnis@dogwoodfabrics.com 06:46:48 05/25/17 (1)


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