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Thats fine until you try recording vinyl to CD and find it sounds just like the vinyl.Usually vinyl sounds better even if it's source or mastering. I've yet to hear the claimed superior dynamic range of CD even before loudly mastered CDs hit the market.
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Given a perfect cd rate dac with none of this fold back though and it should indeed be impossible to tell them apart.
My own dac has a bunch of user selectable filters, i'll be buggered if I can identify them blind though. Defo in the category of 'not different enough to matter' to my ears at least.
The CD vs vinyl debate is an odd one I have a lot of records where the vinyl master is much less compressed than the cd version. Back To Black by the late Miss Winehouse is 6db less compressed on vinyl and all the better for it.
Still waiting for an explanation of these magical boxes though.
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