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In Reply to: RE: wrong again posted by Analog Scott on April 17, 2017 at 20:58:26
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.
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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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