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RE: wrong again


I respect you knowledge, I just thought a hard-paper would be better than you tube.

However, it's too confusing for the limits of LP. Search on chat rooms and you'll get all different answers -15, 18, 20 even 40 kHz. Then, is this musical content ? noise ? harmonics ? Can the stylus actually read signals that far up (without side effects) ?

The record-pressing site I linked was very clear: cut off at 16 kHz. Did you read this ?

The main concern here is overall sound quality: speed accuracy (belt LP gets an "F' here), inner-groove pressure -leading to distortion of our music, etc.

Edits: 04/18/17 04/18/17

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