In Reply to: RE: Not Necessarily posted by Inmate51 on March 13, 2017 at 09:16:49:
The iPod is what was usually used on long drives. Last week a Sony Walkman was used instead. My initial comparison was one of iPod (memory) and tape being used at the time.
Source for the cassette used was vinyl played on a Dual 704, Shure V15III cartridge, so that tape was analogue from source to recorder.
Files saved to the iPod are sourced from vinyl. saved to my computer as .wave files on GoldWave audio editing program, the loaded to the iPod.
The .we you were looking for is a typo.
The entire experience was one of comparing digital to analogue after finding that an .wave file digitized didn't sound as good as tape played on an old Walkman. I used a CD to see if there was a difference between a commercially created source, expecting to find there wasn't much difference.
I felt there was a noticeable difference in favor of the tape.
I apologize for my lack of clarity.
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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)