Do you know what vintage turntables with digital receivers are? It actually meant that turntables put out on analog signal.
An Analog signal is an actual waveform, the audio that is heard.
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Learn About Receivers and Turntables
On behalf of TvLesson.com, my name is Eric Roman otherwise known as DJ Empire. Now let’s talk about using vintage turn tables with digital receivers. What’s meant by that is that turn tables put out an analog signal. It’s an actual wave form. It’s the audio that you hear as if it were coming from its natural point, the creator of the music, the band and whatever it may be.
Digital receivers pretty much any audio equipment that processes sound and pretty much mix it, almost like a CD audio quality. The important thing about doing this is that you have clean records and good needles and good equipment to produce this audio because if you have any dirt, any imperfection in the record, you’re going to get in amplification and the sound through the digital receivers. The reason people why would want to do is there’s more warmth coming from an analog signal oppose to a digital signal. It feels like there’s more love coming to you form the music. You feel emotion, you fell what the song is actually doing opposed to hearing to too tiny of a sound or a digitized sound. You could really tell for it when you listen to an MP3 to a record, you’ll hear certain imperfections that an MP3 can’t have that really makes it important to people who enjoy music, who will enjoy listening to different styles of music, open formats. You feel more in touch with the music as if it were a part of you are sitting and watching the composer work in front of you opposed to having it digitally mastered same copy over and over and over. It has its own personality.
So basically using a vintage turn table with digital receivers to capture the original essence of the music that was originally created by the composer instead of having a digital copy over and over an over and over.