You best be trolling.
No, the audiophile title on this site from what I've seen means someone has spent a decent bit of money on some overpriced piece of analog equipment to improve their audio fidelity only to have it all converted back to digital inside their brains anyway because some other chap said it would be a good idea. Audiophilia, as a hobby, is by far a way for people to trick themselves into thinking their money was spent wisely (Is spending a couple hundred on some headphones and an amplifier to get that extra 2% even justifiable as a wise purchase?). At one point, I started walking that path and then I quickly realized after some A/B tests that past a certain price threshold, the difference in sound quality is minimal to the point that it's stupid to pay more than that threshold for sound. Between my friends and I, we've done some quick and dirty samples as well as extended listens of each other's cans, audio sources and other audio equipment but in the end, sound is sound. A collection of sinusoids gets sampled in the time domain, multiple copies are made in the frequency domain, a low-pass filter is applied to the signal, the signal transforms back into the time domain, and then the signal in its discrete form is fed into a DAC where extrapolation methods are used to fill in the gaps.
Sure, one could say that a turntable + vinyl will give you a non-sampled experience but you're fooling yourself if you think that's going to be significantly different from a digital version.