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Are CDs better than LPs?

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Are CDs better than LPs?

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Some excellent recordings are mastered digitally, and sound great on LPs. This suggests that there is nothing inherently bad about digital. Some find that LPs sound better than CDs. Advocates of LPs claim that the digital to analog (D/A) converter in home CD players isn’t up to the quality of the information on the disc. They also claim that the analog electronics in a home CD player can be poor. Some believe that CDs do not sound like LPs because the CD does not have the frequency response errors, the distortion, or the stereo separation problems of LPs. In general, though, there are good and bad CD players, just as there are good and bad turntables, cartridges, and tone arms. Any ultimate comparison would require ultimate equipment, which is unaffordable. In moderately priced systems, there will be some signal damage from the turntable system and some signal damage from the CD player. LP lovers often learn the nuances of cartridge selection, record care, and even turntable and tonear

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Some excellent recordings are mastered digitally, and sound great on LPs. This suggests that THERE IE NOTHING INHERENTLY BAD ABOUT DIGITAL. Some find that LPs sound better than CDs. Advocates of LPs claim that the digital to analog (D/A) converter in home CD players isn’t up to the quality of the information on the disc. They also claim that the analog electronics in a home CD player can be poor. Some believe that CDs do not sound like LPs because the CD does not have the frequency response errors, the distortion, or the stereo separation problems of LPs. In general, though, there are good and bad CD players, just as there are good and bad turntables, cartridges, and tone arms. Any ultimate comparison would require ultimate equipment, which is unaffordable. In moderately priced systems, there will be some signal damage from the turntable system and some signal damage from the CD player. LP lovers often learn the nuances of cartridge selection, record care, and even turntable and tonear

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