| mem916 wrote:|
OK, I finally have my sample re-recorded in a format matching your file. Details are the same as before. (I set the Tascam inputs to "bypass" and used the Callisto to attenuate the signal. Levels are the same.) The only change is as I was swapping cables around I noticed how disgusting the connectors on the Dominus RCA looked and decided to clean them. The Tascam recorded at 176.4 and I cut it down to 88.2.
I will use this file to compare directly to your 88.2 file on my tascam after my headache goes away and give a report on what differences I hear.
Mark, I do not think it is really necessary to continue this exercise in context of Koetsu thread. We are not perusing any abstract “better” digital transfer and the whole purpose of your initial file was to demonstrate that Koetsu might deliver fine sound. Your very first file did demonstrate it. I do not see any purpose trying to detect difference between 88K and 96K file. When I play you file I did it in natural 96K, so for my purpose it was sufficient. BTW, I would like to note that you still posted not the raw file buy the result of down-conversion from 175 to 88 – wish is a big “no-no” in my books… I am not looking to buy Koetsu but your original file allready did show that Koetsu might do fine job.