Only if they are level matched to the same height.
How is "tube sound" even audible in modern headphone amps? - Page 24
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Don't forget to level match the tube length too. It will give you that extra resolution. That uneven tube legth will mess with the balance and cause a phase delay in the clock cycle which will add too much current to the capacitors, and thus create the total harmonic distortions.
SilverEars tip of the day.
You're welcome, and enjoy.
Edited by SilverEars - 7/9/14 at 5:49pm
This is a schematic drawing of the format and resolution of the data on the digital medium. It is not, what the DAC produces.
The DAC reconstructs the data into the black curve and according to the Nyquist theorem, with a good DAC, this is a perfect reconstruction.
I do favour tube amps myself, but digitally stored music, well mastered combined with a good DAC, can sound great. This drawing suggests that you get to listen to a step function. This is wrong of course.
Or maybe he believes it, which may be worse than trolling. He's awfully quiet.
Red may know this, but some answers suggest not everybody gets that it is a very rough schematic of digital.
This is what you show, when you want to ridicule digital for an audience, that takes things literally - I agree.
Doesn't matter whether he believes it or not, we gave the intended reaction, we got trolled hard guys.