I see difference but what am I looking at?
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Maintarget wrote:Your killing me Bob it's not the 13th yet.........
tonight the wife is over visiting her mother and I had some time
arledgsc wrote:Thank you Bob! I have the Hotel California album at 96kHz sampling rate and it is just amazing how much better 192kHz sounds. My friends scoff at the idea but proof is in the listening. Huge sound stage, less edginess on the highs, and more detail in the mix. Its laughable but my old BMG Music Eagles greatest hits CD sounds like cassette tape in comparison. After 30 years digital music has finally caught up and surpassed vinyl IMHO.
Last month I was searching for something on you tube and I ran into a video of someone auditioning some HiFi equipment using Adele's "Lovesong" as the source. I was impressed so I searched for a FLAC version and the only FLAC version I could find was a vinyl rip.Bob Latino wrote:2. From high quality vinyl. If you send the analog signal from your phono preamp to the RCA inputs of your computer, you can use a FREE program like Audacity to change the analog signal to a digital signal. Those who do this usually have very expensive turntables/ phono preamps etc. and the result is very good.