I'm new to this forum and this is my first post.
I have tinnitus (noise-induced) and can't listen to music too loud (65db max).
I recently purchased a Peachtree Audio Musicbox, through which I play my lossless digital music files. Sounds great.
I'm thinking of adding a Pro-Ject Debut III to the mix and purchasing some vinyl. (I know that I'll need to purchase a phono pre-amp as well).
My question is this: will the vinyl be easier on my ears than the digital? I've heard people mention that vinyl is "less fatiguing" than digital... Keep in mind, the Musixbox employs a quality DAC as well as a tube in the pre-amp. So the digital files that I'm listening to are already "warmed-up" a fair bit.
Because of the tinnitus, I need to listen at a relatively low volume (65db max). Will the vinyl be able to give me the clarity and detail that the lossless digital is giving me at this low of a volume?
FYI - I'm using the single-driver speakers that come with the Musicbox (70Hz - 17kHz, 92db 1w 1m).
Any feedback is great apprecited!