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In Reply to: RE: wrong again posted by J. Phelan on April 17, 2017 at 19:10:54
If you prefer an expert opinion Ijust gave you one in another response. But speaking of expert opinions can you cite one actual cutting engineer who agrees with your assertions on the high frequency response of vinyl?
The (linked) vinyl-pressing website is one, Roger Sander's white paper is another. I trust Sanders because he's an industry veteran.
The limit is dependent on many factors -it could be 15 to 25 kHz. The point is after 16 kHz, it's all noise and distortion. Let the mass-market listen to these -we're audiophiles, I thought.
Even though you're trying (hard) to prove I'm wrong, this is a minor issue. It's the sound quality of LP that matters. And it's doing TERRIBLE if we look at what classical labels use to record *and* what reviewers use for playback.
Roger Sander's white paper is another...
You mean like his *interconnect test* ? :)
What actual real world records did he actually engineer? Kevin Gray, the mastering engineer I cited has a resume that is second to none. Did you read what he said about vinyl's frequency response?
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