Re: Listening to Vinyl is a bit like eating at a posh restaurant
"After applying some pretty harsh EQ to the mids, it lets you mix in a number of other non-musical sound sources and adjust other parameters to get the authentic vinyl experience :
AC hum, mechanical turntable noise, rumble, hiss, groove wear, dust, scratches, disc warping."
This is bullshit.
Vinyl has basically frequency response straight, not curve and similar to CD.
On others those are as authentic as scratched CD which sticks on the same groove generating rap: It can happen but then you've fucked up the media and you are the only guilty on that.
Except noise: Vinyl has audible noise if you listen it loud enough but at least in an apartment I can't listen that loud, neighbours will complain.
I somehow see a person who never has had a decent record player and believes everything he has been told about them.