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This is incorrect!

The real reason that they posted that is they don't want to spend time with any given project.

It takes time and expertise to cut a good LP. If you want to avoid processing, you have to identify problem areas in the recording and then do test cuts to see if you can sort it out. That takes time.

When you're billing at $400/hour, taking time is not what the customer wants.

We do it by the LP side and spend the time to do a quality project. As a result we have no worries putting 35KHz+ in the cut, although there is nothing up there except harmonics. The main reason to have that bandwidth is not because there is signal, its to prevent phase shift which affects things like imaging.

This is one reason why an LP can have a better more 3-dimensional soundstage than a CD; there is less phase shift. The ear uses phase as part of its image locating mechanism.

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