Analog media to digital output, why would you do this?
You take a analog media device, aka LP, run it through a analog to digital converter, enter quantizing noise taking away the presence that an LP can deliver. Even the last manufacturer to make a true analog stereo receiver, Harmon Kardon doesn't make them anymore. It's sad that music was lost in the 1980's because there really was a difference and it was a big difference. If the sounds go thorough even a single DAC, you lose.
So why waste money on analog media, which was likely mixed from a digital source, when it is converted to a digital signal before it even leaves the device?
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