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07:27 PM on 12/20/12
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Your copy of Reinventing Axl Rose was probably recorded digitally so technically speaking listening to it on any record player isn't really doing much more for you than listening to a high quality file of it on your computer.
This could be incorrect. CD's are still digitally compressed to a 44.1/16 sound, whereas a digitally recorded master file can be as high as 192/24 sound, which is uncompressed. If that 192/24 master file is pressed directly to vinyl, whether the original file is digital or not, it will be a 1:1 copy and sound better than a CD or anything you can listen to on tiny music speakers, which are both compressed digital files.
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