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Originally Posted by bigshot View Post

 

Take your LP and using a good capture card, transfer it to digital audio.

Burn a CD of it.

Bring the CD into iTunes and convert it to AAC 256 VBR.

Set up a switchbox and preamp where you can balance all three line levels (LP, CD, AAC) and switch between them.

Let me know what you find out.

 

I guarantee you it will surprise you.

I second that guarantee.

post #122 of 125

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post #123 of 125

So interesting.. on my Senn 598's I can hear up to 17.4 clearly and 18 starts to drop off.
Meanwhile on my ES7's I can hear right up to 20 before it cuts off admittedly it's harder to hear.

 

post #124 of 125
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Originally Posted by Snow_Fox View Post

So interesting.. on my Senn 598's I can hear up to 17.4 clearly and 18 starts to drop off.
Meanwhile on my ES7's I can hear right up to 20 before it cuts off admittedly it's harder to hear.

 

that's odd i can hear up to 17.5, now im not sure if its my headphones or my earsconfused.gif

post #125 of 125

Well as there is a computer fan going and other noises, I assume a fainter sound would be harder to hear.  No telling for sure though.

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