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  1. Device packaging plays a big part...
  2. The music we listen to is all analogue... And so much depends on the mastering... I find this sort of comment strange, would you go back to watching analogue TV?
  3. Give up your digital, give up your CD's, give up your LP's... Cassettes is where its at, my Technics twin cassette deck will beet the lot of you on SQ, even blind you know you are listening to a well played cassette, and after a head clean and a bit of de-magnetisation, audio nirvana.
  4. The DC to the motherboard would be far better with a separate 0V wire for each voltage from the regulators, one wire is a compromise and not a good idea.
  5. Do you mean the analogue output... You are hearing a 0,1dB difference or measuring it, is this at the speakers or voltage output of the DAC, and is this the difference between two identical files...
  6. And a true macro lens, correct light as you say is needed to get a real picture of the damage, not easy to take close up pictures of black painted/anodised parts...
  7. Ah I read the post wrong...
  8. Bit identical files sounding different every time you play them.
  9. You do understand that a digital signal is regenerated every-time it goes through a buffer, often depending on the signal through differing voltage/clock domains, if the data is the same from beginning to end, then the information it represents is the same...
  10. Digital man, what is a digital man, is he someone who has fallen to Bits, due to reading some peoples responses?
  11. REGENERATE An interesting word, with digital you regenerate the file every time you play it, through multiple buffers on its journey from source to speaker, you'd be surprised if you followed the signal on its physical path. LP's every play is DEGENERATE, it gets smoother the more you play it....
  12. We are talking about digital data stored in a buffer or memory, not data copied to a CD, ergo how can the differences be stored with the data. I have an open mind about how things really work, but the fact is bit identical files store the same information and unlike analogue data storage mediums (tape etc.) the noise is not stored with the data...
  13. The same could be said for linear supplies as well... So how would the differences be stored with BIT PERFECT data?
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