The way I parse Corey's post:
Transfer #1: transfer with RIAA EQ
Transfer #2: transfer with FLAT EQ -> process with
outboard analog RIAA EQ
Transfer #3: transfer with FLAT EQ -> process with
digital RIAA EQ
and then compare the three transfers.
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On Tuesday, March 09, 2010 10:15 PM, Dan Nelson wrote:
> Did i miss somehing ??
> There is no way you can transfer a flat file playing it
> through an RIAA preamp. It will contain low freq boost
> hi freq cut.
My Op-amp Lab pre-amps are actually flat 20 hz to 20k hz.
My Stanton is loaded with 47K and 240 uuf at the pre amp input.
--- On Tue, 3/9/10, Corey Bailey <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> My plan is to transfer through an RIAA preamp, flat using
>> outboard analog EQ and flat using post EQ via software
>> then comparing the files.