Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Stephen Murphy, Dec 8, 2014.
So what about it them ?
Late? I’ve been part of the conversation since 2017.
You just became a member in June.
I've read it I know what it does it is supposed remove wow and it is something inherent to tape and it's always going to be there no matter how much you try and perfect it
If you've ever heard a recorded tape become distorted, you've witnessed wow and flutter. To an extent, all turntable decks have wow and flutter—even if they're new. ... Yes, this means today's regular turntables have an incredibly low amount of distortion when they're first purchased
You keep posting the same words over and over, but they don’t really mean anything.
Your hilarious not not the fourum Einstein to my post and conversation
If you’ve read it and that’s what you got from it your reading comprehension skills are… lacking.
I get it, you still take issue with me because I don't agree with prevailing commentary on the topic. It's ok man maybe you have never heard this but I will explain it to as simply as I can..."Not everyone is going to agree with you" it's one those things in life I know it's hard for but try to accept it or get over it because someone else will come along and do the same thing
Before one assumes the Plangent Process is transparent one must also assume the analogue to digital conversion is, too.
I - and several other members - take issue with you because it's clear you don't understand the subject at hand. Like suggesting that it is only useful for live recordings. Magnetic tape doesn't care what type of sound is recorded on it. The distortions from wow and flutter are there regardless.
Another one that can't hack the idea that someone has a differing opinion. This is interesting not only I do meet others like yourself in real life but also on the internet as well...it's like a virus I tell you
A lack of understanding of facts is not a "differing opinion".
Exactly my point genius man !...so you do get where I'm coming from after all that you finally arrived at it.
No, we don't.
See the above post
I did. Which is why I stated a lack of understanding of facts is not a "differing opinion".
You keep telling me the same thing that I said so we agree
Is this your quote ----> "The distortions from wow and flutter are there regardless."
Regardless of the type of audio recorded onto tape. Which means that Plangent works equally well for any type of recording. "Live" has nothing to do with it.
You suggested otherwise, which is not true.
You were wrong.
I was not late you were. But more importantly I understand.
so, we should not try to minimize it?
Even though it was not there when the music was performed but added by the recording process. So why not remove it for the playback process, truer to the performance.
Someone had to say it
That's why I converted to a direct drive TT.
can you really say a recorded reproduction is a actual performance ?
The 'prevailing commentary' is not opinion, it is fact. That is how it works, that is what it does.
No one knows what your position is. It appears YOU may not even know.
solution: do not buy records that use it
Re-read your first post on the subject
You like it
But you have an issue with perfection
Some flaws should be left
Miles intended KoB to be recorded at the wrong speed.
I did not say that
'truer to the performance'
Which is kind of the goal of hifi gear
Separate names with a comma.