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Lossless thread. Post your audiophile setups too

Mine: akg 7xx and a Little Dot MKII preamp.
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Barnaby Chuggletack - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:18:57 EST ID:AzDVrMWQ No.452961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here's something nice to start off
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Barnaby Chuggletack - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:21:36 EST ID:AzDVrMWQ No.452962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Barnaby Chuggletack - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:27:28 EST ID:AzDVrMWQ No.452963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Shit Claydale - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:31:23 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.452964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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John Packleforth - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 00:07:43 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.452972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have a pair of beyerdynamic DT770pro 80ohms. have a stereo amp. I dont really listen to much music on computers.
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John Packleforth - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 00:17:36 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.452973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>452972

My Mac pro does do an alright job when i do want to to from a computer though.
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John Packleforth - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 00:27:52 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.452974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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John Packleforth - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 07:00:22 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.452975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Charlotte Snodfoot - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 13:42:50 EST ID:tzNV7LH7 No.452976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've got a pair of Sennheiser HD 650s hooked up to a Schiit Stack modi 2 and magni 2

I'm really tempted to get a decent Tube amp to really bring out the warmth in these cans
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Ian Surringchare - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 05:53:17 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.452986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
While we're talking audiophile stuff. CDs or vinyl?
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Rebecca Cregglewodge - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 13:09:00 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.452989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>452986
Vinyl of course! Quality control just isn't entirely there with CDs. I usually opt for digital FLAC or the ever so evasive DSF.

>>452976
Get the tube amp bro. My little dot was definitely worth the nice chunk of change.

>>452972
Got any pics?
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Rebecca Cregglewodge - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 13:51:50 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.452992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Contriboootin a bit more
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Rebecca Cregglewodge - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 13:58:45 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.452993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Archie Semblelune - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 14:32:20 EST ID:tzNV7LH7 No.452994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>452986
I'm kinda scared of getting sucked into the vinyl rabbit hole to be honest. I have an old Technics turntable but it needs extensive repairs before it can play anything.

>>452989
I'm leaning more towards the Valhalla 2. I'm kinda a sucker for Schiit's simple and clean aesthetic. I'm also considering picking up a set of planars and I've heard the Valhalla 2 performs much better with them than other OTLs.
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Nigel Hudgelock - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 22:14:00 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.452998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>452989

Here you go.

The stereo may look old but boy does it go hard, especially with these headphones.

I need to get a new cartridge/stylus for my record player, its a bit worn out at this point.
I do enjoy listening to cds just as much but i also enjoy the ritual around records.

>>452994

Its fun to collect records, going to a vinyl market and flipping through records surrounded by people also as interested in music as you is really nice too.
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Archie Wanderworth - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:19:28 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>452998
Would you reccomend that record player? I've been looking into them, and I'm not entirely sure what to look for.
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Nigel Hudgelock - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 17:08:31 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.453010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>453008
Im pretty poor, but audio technica seems to be pretty decent entry level, The record player i have on the actual stereo is pretty bad, i have an external record player connected to it which is basically has the guts of an LP60.
Which is why i want to upgrade the cartridge on it so it can play better.

The stereo itself as an amp is great.
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Molly Hashville - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 16:21:08 EST ID:tzNV7LH7 No.453014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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James Sonderdock - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 21:07:08 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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James Honeyford - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 21:29:40 EST ID:tzNV7LH7 No.453026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here's a fun debate:

Where does everyone stand on high-res (24bit, 96khz or higher) audio? Do you guys think it provides more usable data for sound reproduction or is it snake oil?
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Eugene Duckstone - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 23:44:02 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Edwin Pecklenat - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 06:01:36 EST ID:2XRFUiB9 No.453041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453026
“192kHz digital music files offer no benefits. They're not quite neutral either; practical fidelity is slightly worse. The ultrasonics are a liability during playback.
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Thus, 16 bit audio can go considerably deeper than 96dB. With use of shaped dither, which moves quantization noise energy into frequencies where it's harder to hear, the effective dynamic range of 16 bit audio reaches 120dB in practice, more than fifteen times deeper than the 96dB claim. 120dB is greater than the difference between a mosquito somewhere in the same room and a jackhammer a foot away.... or the difference between a deserted 'soundproof' room and a sound loud enough to cause hearing damage in seconds. 16 bits is enough to store all we can hear, and will be enough forever.”

https://people.xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html
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Priscilla Brunderbat - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 11:38:14 EST ID:tzNV7LH7 No.453053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453041
Eh.... This really misses the point that most audiophiles would prefer their music to fade away naturally into the ultrasonics rather than have it abruptly brickwalled at a set point that's right about the limit of human hearing. This is why Vinyl is still so popular despite the very real limitations on audio fidelity the format brings. An analog signal has infinite resolution compared to a finite digital signal. The intended purpose of high-res audio is to increase the resolution so greatly that it becomes imperceptible and creates an illusion of infinite resolution. This is one of the better quotes I've heard on the subject: 'It's there and if you pile up all the stuff no one is ever gonna hear, you're either gonna hear it or it's going to mask the listener's ability to see all the way to the bottom. Gating imposes a corrosive uniformity.'

>16 bits is enough to store all we can hear, and will be enough forever.
First off, that's not how dithering works. In that situation, the 120db is being extrapolated from quantized errors to generate self-cancelling white noise so the errors are less noticeable. Second, the severe clipping of notoriously awful "loudness war" masterings like Death Magnetic and Californication prove that we can most definitely hear the limit of 16bit. Obviously, the correct solution in this scenario is to reduce the volume and master accordingly so the sound never approaches such a limit because I don't want my ears to fucking bleed but a higher bit depth will provide a bigger headroom vs 16bit if the intention is to be as loud as possible.


>practical fidelity is slightly worse. The ultrasonics are a liability during playback.
Which is purely speculative based on the playback equipment and capabilities of the decode filter. Maybe if you owned an HE1 with its 4hz-100,000hz frequency response for an analogy, imagine it like playing a a video game rendered in 8K on an 8K television, you could put a 24bit/192kHz audio file to use without distortion from the ultrasonics. Likewise, new technologies are being developed to filter high-res audio to generate cleaner 16bit/44.1kHz streams as in rendering a 1080p video game with 8x SSAA on a 1080p TV rather than the FXAA that is the existing dithering methods.


>192kHz digital music files offer no benefits.
I can personally say that 192kHz doesn't offer me any benefit because I don't have any equipment that can make use of it, therefore, I know not to waste my time on it. But with that said, I know that there are people out there with signal chains that cost more than reasonably-priced houses so I can't possibly claim it's currently of no use to anybody, nor can I claim people with lower-end systems wouldn't possible benefit from it as filtering technology improves in the future. That whole article stinks of the bullshit logic people try to use to argue that "128kps MP3s are all anyone will ever need forever and your wasting your time with FLAC".
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Samuel Bunfoot - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 13:12:54 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sophie Billingspear - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:57:00 EST ID:WRbYKz7D No.453058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453056
Portishead is so class. The sadness and the production is brilliant.
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Frederick Pittwill - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 22:00:03 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So, I have the Little Dot MK II, and I want to use two sets of headphones with a splitter. Is there going to be any loss of quality with the splitter?
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Fuck Fuzzledune - Mon, 26 Feb 2018 02:16:50 EST ID:2XRFUiB9 No.453063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453053
WhOa nelly okay. Bear with me here as the Ambien is kicking in and I eschew the classic yellowtext for a numbered list, just because I want don’t want this to feel like some kind of debate nerd point-by-point rebuttal. just bouncing some ideas off you, you can take it or leave it. going for more of a “off the cuff”, “raw”, Patrice O’Neal kind of feel here.
  1. I’m gonna say that 22khz is safely beyond the limit of human hearing and not “right” at it. To be honest I’m not too worried about this part. If you decide that’s actually not true I can’t do anything about it. Your prerogative.
  2. Pretty bold assertion about why vinyl is popular. let me be equally bold and say that most people buying vinyl don’t care about ultrasonics and just like the big art, the tactility, the color it introduces to the sound, the surface noise, posting online the pictures they took of their new Lana Del Ray album spinning on one of those Crosley turntables that is designed to look like an old timey radio for some reason, etc. Once again, no way to know who’s right here in this head-to-head. Be your own judge.
  3. It’s pretty much inevitable in talking about “resolution” we come back to the Nyquist theorem yadda yadda, and how it means that as long as you’re not trying to reproduce frequencies above 22.05khz (for a 44.1k sample rate), you will reproduce the original waveform perfectly, exactamundo, upon digital-to-analog conversion. Let’s be honest though, this is a bunch of nerd shit that’s hard to care about. I can’t fault anyone for ignoring this part. Sometimes guys are like, “I don’t believe in the Nyquist theorem, I can easily tell that Pink Floyd at 192khz sounds better” and I’m just like hell yeah brother, I don’t believe in the Zermelo-Frankel axioms either.
  4. The stuff about playback and filtering is above my pay grade. Let’s just assume you win handily on this one.

Alright I thin k that’s all I’ve got for tonight. Thanks for hearing me out.
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Phoebe Billingstock - Mon, 26 Feb 2018 11:56:05 EST ID:L/NH5Swc No.453066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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George Brullerdock - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 12:50:13 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Samuel Fangold - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:14:34 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.453076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Pic related.

I know a girl who collects vinyl and she has a crosley and she has a bunch of instagram level records and its kinda like okay. I honestly dont think shes doing it for the art or even the sound shes doing it just because it adds to her identity and who she thinks she is as a person and somehow collecting records is "cooler".

The vinyl craze will die down eventually and when it does i hope to buy a load of cheap albums.
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Eliza Shakelock - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 22:47:41 EST ID:1WSypkq5 No.453079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Phyllis Masslelat - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 01:34:34 EST ID:++CORbFx No.453083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>453063
>I’m gonna say that 22khz is safely beyond the limit of human hearing
you'd be exactly right. In fact this is so much overkill it safely encompasses every living human and then some
>as long as you’re not trying to reproduce frequencies above 22.05khz (for a 44.1k sample rate), you will reproduce the original waveform perfectly, exactamundo, upon digital-to-analog conversion.
nope. actually you're getting a reproduction of the original waveform as if it were drawn by a billion tiny people with tiny rulers. I mean, debateable whether it's noticeable. the difference between 96khz and 192khz is just an audiofile at twice the size, and smaller lines connecting the dots

but hey ho, if some fucking idiot thinks it sounds better or their ears are better than even the most sensitive microphones existing then what do I know? live and let liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiive chappers
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Hamilton Ceffingfoot - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 04:28:46 EST ID:2XRFUiB9 No.453084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453083
no. as long as your sample rate was high enough (more than twice the highest frequency you want to reproduce), you get a mathematically perfect reproduction of the source waveform on DAC (all else being equal, of course distortion and noise are facts of life). Not to be curt but this isn’t actually open for debate. Digital audio processing was developed from the Nyquist sampling theorem and not the other way around, so if you “disagree” you’re saying you don’t believe in either calculus or CDs.
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Cornelius Sippermit - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 00:07:44 EST ID:djXDI8bq No.453094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453084
sigh. you seem like a smart guy, but the fact that at 96kHz, it's taking 96kHz samples a second means that it can't be perfect, you understand? It's a close, but not exact, sampling of the audio occurring. Not gonna link you to wikipedia but it might be an idea to look up exactly what "sample rate" means. :)
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Ebenezer Bruffinghall - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 05:03:19 EST ID:2XRFUiB9 No.453095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453094
I assume you have to be trolling. For the benefit of anyone who might actually be confused in earnest about this:
It doesn’t matter if you’re sampling at 96khz or 44.1, as long as you bandlimited the analog signal correctly you will reproduce all the information it contained, with mathematically guaranteed perfection. There’s no “steppiness”, there’s no “waveform drawn with tiny rulers” in what you HEAR. What you hear is an analog signal that exactly matches the original, allowing for noise and distortion (that would get introduced by your vinyl and turntable too, don’t forget). It doesn’t matter that the information on an audio CD is stored in discrete samples. You don’t hear discrete samples. There’s no way to listen to the pits and lands on a CD, any more than you could look at the raw output of a digital image sensor and see the photo it just captured. In order to listen to a CD those samples have to be interpreted by an integrated circuit and transformed into an analog signal we can actually make use of. It doesn’t matter HOW MANY samples there are as long as you have ENOUGH. The Nyquist-Shannon theorem isn’t just the seal of mathematical guarantee of the faithfulness of this process, it’s what makes it technologically possible in the first place.
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Sidney Sishwill - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 22:42:46 EST ID:AzDVrMWQ No.453101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Henry Smallforth - Sun, 11 Mar 2018 23:20:10 EST ID:aEm5G1Hv No.453150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Lots of misconceptions here. Nyquist and Shannon were pretty smart, but Jim Johnston figured out all the details that actually make this shit work. Too bad Microsoft has had him by the balls under an NDA for the past decade. Another name worth mentioning is Paul Frindle. He was the chief designer of the Sony Oxford digital consoles and is widely credited with making the first audio recording system to be 100% transparent to even the most sensitive ears. Do your homework before arguing, kids.

For everyone else who just wants to listen to good music: none of this is important. All 24-bit DAC chips are amazing today. Sample rate is irrelevant for playback (recording is a different story). The only problem lies in manufacturers chimping out on the analog stages that comes after it. In that regard, the same rules of physics apply today just as they did 50 years ago: big, hot, and heavy pieces of equipment tend to sound better. Class A amps, overbuilt transformers, well filtered power supplies, and good EMI/RFI prevention make infinitely more difference than the sample rate or DAC chip.

OP, great choice. My AKG k702's have served me well for 5+ years. Not flattering, but stupidly accurate. I usually listen through my Audient id14 because I'm a starving artist. My dad gave me an old pair of KEF towers and an NAD power amp from the 80's that kick ass, but one of the speakers has dying caps in the crossover. I'll open it up someday when I'm feeling bold, but for now I just live with a slightly smeared stereo image.
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Shitting Hammlebanks - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 03:42:13 EST ID:dQ9pXahB No.453161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>452960
>buy a 60% keyboard
>buy a numpad to go with it.
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Doris Murdlock - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 19:09:33 EST ID:aEm5G1Hv No.453163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453161
If you're gonna make fun of OP, at least pick something reasonable like the fact that they have uncovered tubes right next to an LCD monitor and the computers PSU. I can almost hear the RFI-induced intermodulation distortion from here.
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Reuben Dovingwater - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 07:52:29 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.453168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>453163

come on guys lets not be mean! lets all just be friendly and enjoy each other yeah?

i know its hard when it comes to being an audiophile but we gotta pull together!
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Rebecca Credgebitch - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 12:58:35 EST ID:aEm5G1Hv No.453169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>453168
ALL HAIL REUBEN!
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Clara Pavingmare - Wed, 02 May 2018 08:55:33 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.453441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jenny Ferringmure - Thu, 03 May 2018 23:59:22 EST ID:tzNV7LH7 No.453452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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....So, what's your guys opinions on DSD? Is it really that much better than FLAC and does what 24bit can't?
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Hamilton Duckville - Fri, 04 May 2018 22:09:46 EST ID:a14ROl0Y No.453458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453452
DSD is a glorified copyright protection scheme. It has zero sonic benefits and requires special hardare to play natively. If anything, the ultrasonic noise inherent to DSD makes it worse than PCM. Fuck Sony. The only reason to mess with it is if you're looking for a specific "remaster" of an old album. The DSD release of Michael Jacksons Thriller, for example, sounds excellent. Because DSD is impossible to edit digitally, they essentially skip the mastering stage and just rip it straight from the original tapes.
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Matilda Brucklelock - Sat, 05 May 2018 01:16:56 EST ID:Yfoi6VfX No.453460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>453161
It's probably for roguelikes.
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