Haven't asked any questions here for a while, so I thought I'd throw this one out there. I'm considering starting a collection of MFSL CDs and probably some DCC too, but what I'm wondering is whether they will lose a significant amount of what makes them sound so good if I were to rip them to Apple Lossless and listen to them on my iPod, which is how I listen to the rest of my collection of CDs.
I have a Sony Discman D-465 (I think that's what it was called), and also my current iPod Classic 120GB - and I've just upgraded from my Shure SE-420K earphones to a pair of Sennheiser HD25-1 II by adidas. That's pretty much the bulk of my gear, so would it be wise to listen to my new MFSL collection with my Discman (which I'm perfectly happy to do) or to rip them for the iPod? I'm not too concerned about convenience, my only real pursuit in this is sound quality.
And for another question too, for either route to this, what would be a good way to significantly improve the sound quality of my current rig?
Thanks in advance,