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Old 01-29-2013, 03:01 PM
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Default Re: Assume sound quality is equal: Digital or Analog?

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Originally Posted by bermuda View Post

And that's another thing... it's all digital, isn't. Record all you want in the analog domain, transfer it at 24/192 for integrity, and in the end it becomes a CD at 16/44.1 anyway. Or worse and more common, a streamable/downloadable format.
Here's a thought...once it's got to the transducers, it's all analogue. No such thing as a digital speaker, is there? There's got to be movement of the drivers between each sample, each 16-bit increment...the digital gaps are smoothed over due to having to be reproduced in the real world of air and vibration.
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