In Reply to: Not necessarily posted by Inmate51 on March 12, 2017 at 10:49:04:
Actually what I compared was that cassette played on my Nakamichi BX-1 and a CD played on a Samsung BlueRay player through my stereo system. The cassette was one I recorded years ago using a Pioneer cassette player recorder. The CD is a commercially recorded item.
The music on my iPod is what I recorded to my computer using GoldWave, saved as a wave. file, then transferred to the iPod as a wave file.we
However, your point is valid. "Better" is subjective. And other cassettes may not pass the same test. But given a good cassette and a decent player analogue most likely will give better results that digital. YMMV.
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Topic - Cassette vs. iPod - DRam 09:43:49 03/11/17 (8)
- RE: Cassette vs. iPod - jusbe 00:02:17 03/24/17 (0)
- Not necessarily - Inmate51 10:49:04 03/12/17 (5)
- Not Necessarily - DRam 18:20:53 03/12/17 (4)
- There's no need.... - kootenay 14:20:25 03/11/17 (0)