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Old 20th August 2019
Originally Posted by DAH View Post
No, I did not use DAT, and it does not invalidate my point. The thing is, 48 kHz limitation is the very limitation of fidelity observed on different prosumer systems while ABing ADDA against the analogue source (mic feed or vinyl) or at different sample rates. Lost gets the depth or 3d space as well as the air around and the body of individual instruments.
But it sort of does. You're saying DATs kill all the resolution of an analog mix, but you've never used one, so you have no way to have ever compared. Again, DAT is a storage medium. What you're arguing here is akin to saying certain brands of hard drive sound better.