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RE: Reviewers with LP - how many are there ?

I agree - and you're with the vast majority of reviewers.

Vinyl lovers claim LP is 'easier to listen to'. But live music doesn't have speed variation, needle drag and belt resonance.

With perfect speed control and flat frequency response, digital is a good place to start. A reviewer can understand his components better (by removing a wildly-variant source -LP).

There's almost no worry of microphony, esp. with servers. You get more bass and treble. At least digital tries to do highs -LP cuts them off at 15 khz.

More dynamic range, less surface noise. And you *always* get the best copy (of recording). Can we say that with LP ?

It's quite hard to find *any* problem with digital/red book these days !!

Edits: 03/06/17 03/06/17 03/09/17

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