Why do we like the sound of analogue recordings when the measurements look so bad? Mark Serridge

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Synopsis: Simple frequency response measurements were made on a range of sound reproduction systems including:

1. Compact Disc
2. Streaming Audio (MP3)
3. A vinyl record player

The measurements were then compared to a simple “blind listening test” involving a small group of listeners. Based on frequency response alone, it is clear that the measurements do not correlate to listener preference.

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