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Always thought sound is sound... and no hardware can change what sound sounds like.
I don't see how anybody could think this, but at least you see the light now!
    
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I don't see how anybody could think this, but at least you see the light now!
Well I thought a song is a song.. whatever the file is, is exactly what you hear. As long as you have something that can make sound they all have to read that file exactly the same way and play it out as its written. SO how could hardware change that?

^ Yeah its not exactly correct.. but that's how I saw it. That is past me now
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Another pour soul condemned to the eternal eargasm and money rat hole that is good sound equipment.
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post #14 of 27
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Your post is a bit misleading. CD players don't make a difference in sound. It's been proven that a decent $100 dollar cd player will sound exactly the same compared to $3000 flagship ones.
I'll bet you your year's salary that I can prove you wrong without even an argument on your behalf if you live near the Seattle area. Instead of going into a huge explanation about jitter and all the shortcomings of any digital transfer, I'll just say that they exist every bit as much as they do in analog. In order to understand them, you need to understand how important timings play in accurate resurrection of the original waveform. It's easier to forget all of that and simply let your ears show you the truth.

Edit: Btw, I'm referring to software based coding/decoding players and not simply some Denon IC based design. Yes, they retrieve more information off of the cd and you can easily hear the difference.
Edited by sccr64472 - 10/15/11 at 2:45pm
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I had a similar experience with the Xonar DG. My Tritton AX720's bass and sound is amazing now.

Also, I got my $10 MIR yesterday which mean's I spent I think $16 for it, tops.
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post #16 of 27
Ultrasones like upwards of 2v output.

Grab an amp and be amazed, AGAIN.
Edited by Xinoxide - 10/15/11 at 2:44pm
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Aw man, I still have yet to listen through those 'phones.
    
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I'll bet you your year's salary that I can prove you wrong without even an argument on your behalf if you live near the Seattle area. Instead of going into a huge explanation about jitter and all the shortcomings of any digital transfer, I'll just say that they exist every bit as much as they do in analog. In order to understand them, you need to understand how important timings play in accurate resurrection of the original waveform. It's easier to forget all of that and simply let your ears show you the truth.

Edit: Btw, I'm referring to software based coding/decoding players and not simply some Denon IC based design. Yes, they retrieve more information off of the cd and you can easily hear the difference.
unless you transport equipment is well, broken, jitter hasn't been an issue since the 1980s. There can be differences in playback due to software drivers but really...
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Originally Posted by sccr64472 View Post
I'll bet you your year's salary that I can prove you wrong without even an argument on your behalf if you live near the Seattle area. Instead of going into a huge explanation about jitter and all the shortcomings of any digital transfer, I'll just say that they exist every bit as much as they do in analog. In order to understand them, you need to understand how important timings play in accurate resurrection of the original waveform. It's easier to forget all of that and simply let your ears show you the truth.

Edit: Btw, I'm referring to software based coding/decoding players and not simply some Denon IC based design. Yes, they retrieve more information off of the cd and you can easily hear the difference.
I don't understand. It's digital; it's 1's and 0's. The only way I can think that a CD player can improve the information off of a digital source is to color it -- and coloring the original sound will only be subjectively better.
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