I didn't check your math but that sounds about right. Your point?
Glad to see you so concerned about this sort of subtlety!
Why does it bother you that as an aside I pointed out how much worse vinyl timing errors are compared to CDs? Do you refute that? And does it bother you just as much when hi-fi writers blather on about the audibility of jitter? Anyway, I did not actually hear the pitch errors, but I definitely noticed the LP ticks and pops. That totally ruined the listening experience for me!
Ethan, I'm glad you pointed it out. A 0.07% pitch error was worth reporting for you!
You thought enough of a 0.07% pitch error to use it as a point against the sound of a certain recording medium.
Normally, you toss off measurements of that magnitude as being insignificant, yet, in reality, this 0.07% pitch error bothered you enough that you measured it and reported on it!
We are arriving at concensus, maybe.
You put down vinyl over a 0.07% pitch error...showing just how finely wound you really are with regard to the listening experience! The fact that a 0.07% error got you juiced up and typing about it is great news!
I embrace your concerns about a 0.07% pitch error, and thank you for reporting on your concern.
For now, I will be happy to use 0.07% difference as my reference for measured differences that are large enough for Ethan to become concerned about them!
Hal La Loouie!