Actually there are several reasons but midrange life and bloom and transient accuracy are not among them. The principal reasons are the dynamic spread, the increased time of a side and the absence of wow and flutter or background noise. I say this because I want to be clear that I do not find the Denon digital LPs notable for the reasons people who like digital like digital. They seem better at precisely those things where subsequent digital is weak. But based on Billy Budapest's comment maybe the very early generation of converters from others also sounded better in this way. I will have to investigate that.