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  1. Voodoosar

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    The whole notion that vinyl LPs have more dynamic range than a well produced CD spec PCM digital recording is a myth. Log in or register to post comments; Having actually engineered. Submitted by pt on Tue, Having actually engineered and mastered CDs (and vinyl) I can assure you there are some errors here. In 16/44, the.
  2. Taujinn

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    May 26,  · The maximum dynamic range we can put on a vinyl record is around 60 dB. CD (16bit), on the other hand, can achieve 96 dB dynamic range. The dynamic range of human hearing is roughly dB. The dynamic range of music as normally perceived in a concert hall doesn't exceed 80 dB, and human speech is normally perceived over a range of about 40 dB.
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