The soundstage gets wider, you hear more detail and more clarity.
Nos dac vs vinyl.
The os has its benefits also on my dac.
However, with the latest generation of […]
Digital files, therefore, offer over ten times the dynamic range of vinyl recordings, meaning a much larger difference is possible between the quietest and loudest parts of a recording before noise becomes an issue.
A reflection on digital to analogue conversion concepts based on theory and practice.
Digital files allow for over 90db of difference between the loudest and softest sounds, compared to vinyl’s 70db dynamic range.
My own nos dac can be mellow, and it can be very forward and exciting, the roll off does not necessarily equate to mellow.[maybe distancing] again it depends on recording etc.
Nothing to me that makes me want to give up the musical (emotional) sound that the nos provides.
Nos sound is one that is at ease, even with music intended to convey musical aggression.
The converter may not contain analog filter sometimes (filterless).
That is a real effect.
I have had little experience with top end vinyl setups, but those i have heard i certainly would not describe as having a nos dac sound!
I personally liked it a lot since it boasts a variety of great features, including excellent, sturdy construction, it’s very versatile, and it packs quite a punch for a small dac unit.
Even the standard redbook cd (44khz, 16 bit resolution) has about a.
Think of an external dac vs your computer's onboard dac as the difference between a power drill and a hammer & chisel.
As far as os vs nos, isn't the implementation different from one brand to another ?
To make the long story short:
Both can drill out a hole, but the power drill is going to be faster and more accurate.
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