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CE Pro Millennial Blind Music Challenge: CD vs. Vinyl

CE Pro asked a few of EH Media’s Millennial staff members to take part in a blind listening test to see if they could tell the difference between CDs and vinyl.

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Posted by bobrapoport on April 11, 2018

Its not really surprising they would choose CD over vinyl, with 30 dB more dynamic range that vinyl, CD’s can be played at higher volume and deliver sound thats much closer to the original master recording as a result. The same thing happens when comparing CD to Blu-ray, the BD adds another 30 dB dynamic range for a one to one copy of the original master recording, the holy grail of high fidelity.  Many vinyl lovers forget what the words “high fidelity” means, true to the original.

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Posted by bobrapoport on April 11, 2018

Its not really surprising they would choose CD over vinyl, with 30 dB more dynamic range that vinyl, CD’s can be played at higher volume and deliver sound thats much closer to the original master recording as a result. The same thing happens when comparing CD to Blu-ray, the BD adds another 30 dB dynamic range for a one to one copy of the original master recording, the holy grail of high fidelity.  Many vinyl lovers forget what the words “high fidelity” means, true to the original.


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