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Various - Can You Hear The Music? (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. As long as you have a good turntable, you can hear the recording exactly as it was played. This isnt necessarily true of modern album releases, though. Many new records and remasters are actually pressed from digital master presinegalkandomororinreronkey.xyzinfo records are collectible, too.
  2. Jan 25,  · Vinyl is victim to a lot of noise, distortion and EQ adjustments that don't make it as accurate as digital formats. That said, it has its own charms, and are a Missing: Various.
  3. Almost any halfway decent system will easily allow one to hear how bad most MP3 files sound. In ultimate terms I believe vinyl sounds better than CD. Unless you're spending large amounts of cash for gear especially a TT (more than $3K for TT) CD's can and do sound very good. Top notch playback of both CD and vinyl is preferable.
  4. But if you listen closely, you can still hear the vibration sounds coming from the record surface itself. As we indicated earlier, this surface noise is perfectly normal. Hopefully this brief look into turntable development and operation not only helped explain surface noise but also gave you a better appreciation for the technical expertise Missing: Various.
  5. Jun 22,  · As for your question about vinyl being all hype, the answer is no — records played on a good, properly set-up turntable can sound fantastic. Vinyl definitely is trendy, though. That’s why mall stores like Urban Outfitters now sell turntables and display racks of vinyl records.
  6. Apr 08,  · Audiophiles tout the higher frequency response of vinyl over CDs, saying that vinyl can play back those frequencies that we can’t hear. F First, this is only true with a pristine record, a perfect stylus, and a high-end stereo system; in most cases, vinyl’s frequency range is lower than that of CDs.
  7. Apr 08,  · To hear The Fall once is to know it anytime you hear them being played. This Nations Saving Grace the eighth album release by Mark E. Smith and Co. is .
  8. Jan 25,  · because the way the music is played on a record. the needle is fed through the grooves to play the music pressed into the vinyl. thats the reason you need an amplifier for a record player because you need to amplify the sound so the speakers pick up on it you can hear it through the tone arm fam. level 1. 1 I often record LPs with an AT.
  9. Jul 29,  · Of course, when you listen in on casual discussions of sound in , you often hear that "LPs are back" because they "sound better." This has happened, in part, because "digital audio" is now.

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