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I think he's just rounding the number, those are the actual numbers.

Thank you I was rounding and trying not to get too technical.

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When all your friends want to borrow your headphones

post #5930 of 6356
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Originally Posted by chewy4 View Post

Vinyl isn't 24/96, that doesn't make sense. It's just analog. Analog doesn't have a sample rate or bit depth...

 

Indeed. Analog, by definition, is a signal that varies continuously over time. It has no set resolution in the manner that digital signals do (i.e. theoretically it has infinite resolution), though practically its resolution is limited by the molecular structure of the vinyl (or, more realistically, the precision of the pressing process).

 

Maybe there is an analogy somewhere that vinyl is comparable to a digital signal with such a resolution? 


Edited by Argyris - 1/17/13 at 9:23pm
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When you avoid the full-sized section because you know your finances cannot afford the hit.

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Speaking of which, anything I should add to mine?L3000.gif

 

 

 

It uses a sample of live drums that's nice to test mids and transient response.

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When most of ur friends tell u ur overdoing ur hobby with ur rig..but behind ur back tell others what a good rig u have
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Originally Posted by Argyris View Post

 

Indeed. Analog, by definition, is a signal that varies continuously over time. It has no set resolution in the manner that digital signals do (i.e. theoretically it has infinite resolution), though practically its resolution is limited by the molecular structure of the vinyl (or, more realistically, the precision of the pressing process).

 

Maybe there is an analogy somewhere that vinyl is comparable to a digital signal with such a resolution? 

Well you can say what resolution that you need to digitally reproduce vinyl based on it's frequency range and dynamic range.

 

But that's not 24/96, I would't think it would be any more than 16/44.1 or even use the full capabilities of that resolution. Depends on the record but I don't think that they ever go past 96dB of dynamic range(I don't think any song actually does this, I would hate having to play that loud + volume of the noise floor to hear every detail) or over 22KHz normally.

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>le maymay arrow outside of 4chins
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It uses a sample of live drums that's nice to test mids and transient response.

Your video doesn't work for me. Just shows black.

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It uses a sample of live drums that's nice to test mids and transient response.

Your video doesn't work for me. Just shows black.

It crashed my browser when I pressed play .-.

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It crashed my browser when I pressed play .-.

 

It ate my children and stole my wife.

post #5939 of 6356
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It uses a sample of live drums that's nice to test mids and transient response.

I hope that fixed the video.

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I hope that fixed the video.

It did.

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