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In Reply to: RE: To the degree that MQA changes the sound... posted by Charles Hansen on June 10, 2017 at 11:56:19
Where the magic? ... as as for boring me to death ...
The bottom line is that it does not require a closed, proprietary solution with mandatory royalty fees to employ better sounding digital filters, either in the D/A converter (or the A/D converter, which MQA does *not* address). Designers have been creating custom digital filters with improved sonic performance since the late 1980s, starting with Wadia and Theta.
Yeah!, we talked about these filters extensively, right here, back in 2009 ...Yawn
Look man, MQA reaches into the past, sniffs out the brick wall ills, adjusts for the over medicated knob twirlers, fixes time smear by going back and doing it right!
It's a passing *gift* to millennials from the top minds, the pick of the crop, of your generation!
"... only a very few individuals understand as yet that personal salvation is a contradiction in terms."
very nice- bjh.
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