Re: phono cartridge capacitance adjustment?
- From: "Jenn" <jennconducts@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 25 Jun 2006 19:30:50 -0700
. . .
For technical explanations, others will have to help you, but why not
just set it where it sounds best on a variety of recordings?
So, Jennifer, you think that High Fidelity is point "...where
it sounds best on a variety of recordings ..." ?
No, I think that the enjoyment of listening to music in my home is
where it sounds best on a variety of recordings.
I bet, you are inviting noticeable amounts of distortion doing
it thisa way. Of course if it is pleasing to your ears, it must be
Why would I listen to something that is less than how it sounds best to
The definition of high fidelity system in my book is to be as close to
the original sound as possible. It seems to me that your definition is
to have pleasing sound in your home, even if it means noticeable
distortion of the sound.
Am I right about this?
My goal is to hear, as closely as is possible, the sound of actual
acoustic instruments and voices performing in an actual space. If the
best presentation of that is on the medium, whether that be a CD, a LP,
or whatever, that's great. If it means introducing distortion to get
closer to that, that's fine with me. The goal is the best sound, to my
ears, to do justice to the music/composer, performers.
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