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This is what I actually said...sorry if I was unclear

"(perfect sound forever) clearly was not delivered back when it was used as a marketing slogan. But it's not unusual for any technology to mature. Digtal clearly has matured. Now we do actually have audibly transparent digital recording and playback. But here is the thing that no one was able to forsee. Perfect transparency doesn't equate with best asthetic performance. Digital did eventually deliver on the promise of audible tranasparency. We just found out it wasn't what we all wanted in the first place."

When I refer to "digital" I include other digital formats beyond red book CD and include 24/96. Sorry for any confusion.

IMO based on some very careful blind comparisons I have found 24/96 can be completely audibly transparent.

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