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Funktion - Various - The Best of V (CD)

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  1. Nat says:
    Feb 10,  · Why Vinyl Sounds Better Than CD, ways, it's up to the mastering engineer what's happening there. With - I would say, at best, an old recording, you .
  2. Tesho says:
    Aug 01,  · CD sampling rate is 44, times a second, a rate chosen in order to fit the typical length of music onto the CD medium, not because it provides the best resolution of the sound image. It is often the very smallest bits that make the sound “life-like” – the attack and decay of a note, not the note itself, the air around each musician.
  3. Faezuru says:
    Oct 29,  · Sid Q Intro – Cenil Cement - (Stoppa Alla Plågsamma) Snoppförsök – Svart Parad - Slakthus – Ur Funktion - Säker Död – Rudolfs Rache.
  4. Sarisar says:
    Jun 12,  · I mostly use Taiyo Yuden CD-r's for the last 15 years (white coated tops) and have only good experiences with them, for the best quality backups (of fx. air-checks I like to save for posterity) I use Mitsui (MAM-A) Gold CD-R's, their gold reflective surface "seem" to have better archival spec's.
  5. Yozshunos says:
    In terms of objective quality, it's always going to be analog>CD>digital/mp3. However, the human ear can only tell the difference up to a certain point. You likely can't hear the difference between a standard kHz sampled CD and a mbps bupxedilongnagoc.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo3 file. For me, it's always been a preference thing.
  6. Gataxe says:
    In your home stereo the CD or DVD player takes this digital recording and converts it to an analog signal, which is fed to your amplifier. The amplifier then raises the voltage of the signal to a level powerful enough to drive your speaker. A vinyl record has a groove .
  7. Fauzil says:
    Free 2-day shipping. Buy Best Ever Funk & Disco / Various (CD) at bupxedilongnagoc.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo
  8. Arakinos says:
    Jul 24,  · If money is the same, which medium has the best chance of sounding the best? CD or vinyl? Have a question you want to ask Paul? bupxedilongnagoc.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo

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