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Watching the Detectives

I just wanted to thank JA for this column.
I know much has been said on this topic, but I found it interesting. I am a former subscriber to Stereo Review(it's true!)and I must say that while I did learn from them, I like reading the"other side"! You guys make me think!! I've read this twice now & still am learning from it. Glad I subscribed!

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I just wanted to thank JA for this column.
I know much has been said on this topic, but I found it interesting. I am a former subscriber to Stereo Review(it's true!)and I must say that while I did learn from them, I like reading the"other side"! You guys make me think!! I've read this twice now & still am learning from it.

You're welcome, "pooraudiophile." I particularly enjoyed writing this essay in the October issue, as I could express some points that are often overlooked.


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Glad I subscribed!

Me too!

John Atkinson
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Re: Watching the Detectives

It's interesting that a musician I know have expressed a very strong preference for LP sound over standard CD. This person has not heard SACD, however. I wonder what the opinion would be if ...

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Re: Watching the Detectives

Without telling him play the SACD not telling him, and see if he all of a sudden says WOW....he will be SACD fan forever, snap crackle pop, lifting the arm in 22 minutes is hardly high end in teh 21st century....how did Edison go onto the next cylinder? SACD is the way to go. Superior sound, convience etc. No vacuum cleaning machine to make the LP listenable

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