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What is noise in an LP Rip?

post #1 of 4
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Hey Folks,

 

I have to ask. What is meant by noise? There are amps that when powered on but without music playing and cranking up the volume, I'm hearing noise. Thats somehow clear to me, and when playing music through them, the noise is still there.

I'm not talking about that noise.

 

If for example I have an 24bit album that is an LP RIP, these are always noisy, can I reduce this noise?

Or is this simply a bad rip?

 

Thanks

post #2 of 4

You need to find where the noise is coming from.  If it is not on the source material then it is being introduced somewhere else.

 

Do you hear the noise with nothing playing?

post #3 of 4
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Originally Posted by NA Blur View Post
 

You need to find where the noise is coming from.  If it is not on the source material then it is being introduced somewhere else.

 

Do you hear the noise with nothing playing?

It depends with what headphone.

Im actually talking about some 24/96 LP rips that have a noise that sounds like the needle/cartridge...is this common?

 

Besides that:

 

I use the Aune T1 with stock electrolux 6922 tubes, but because its output impedance is 5ohm, i use its LO to the FiiO E18 that has less then 1ohm output imp when listening with the shure se846 (9ohm imp)

 

With the Shure SE846 I can hear a frequency in low gain that is amped in high gain. With other headphones I don't hear this frequency. At very high volume with no music I can hear noise, but I never listen to this volumes

post #4 of 4

It's probably due to vinyls have bad dynamic range

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