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01-10-2005 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Tulsa, OK, United States
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THe Audio Critic Magazine

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HI Everyone,
My first post here!
I recently subscribed to the back issues of the audio critic. Very nice! I appreciate Peter Aczel's support of the consumer.
However, his writers claim vinyl is hopelessly behind digital, and that tube amplifiers are hopelessly behind solid state. Also, most good solid state will sound the same (in other words add no sound) under normal operating conditions (no clipping).

It seems that folks here, under the esteemed leadership of Romy, are strongly biased in favor of vinyl and tunbes Am i right? I wold love to hear your opinions.
THis is NOT a troll. I just want to know, scientifically, why vinyl is better, or tube amps are better in tmers of fidelity.

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Well... musical fidelity, as opposed to audio fidelity, is in the ear of the beholder. Very hard to make scientific inquiries into something as subjective as a mental process. For Audio fidelity you need a different site where such concerns are hashed over.

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There is a site, somewhere...


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...That shows comparative spectrum analyses experiment made by an Australian woman, using the output from cd, sacd, dvd-a and phono (vinyl). Anyway, the results of her experiments, put in very reductionist form, showed superior dynamic range and (upper end) extension for vinyl in many cases. The digital comparisons were also interesting as I remember: dvd-a seemed to perform better in the upper register than sacd and matched vinyl, etc... More here. Cheers
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