I believe a previous post (by Bob O?) implied that in the player,
extra work spinning the disc to keep the read speed steady resulted
in starving the audio circuits due to poor power supply design. It's
as though a record with an off-center center hole had to be speed
corrected on each revolution, draining off audio processing power.
Did I interpret that correctly?
You never truly understand something until you can explain it to your
grandmother. --Albert Einstein
On Nov 19, 2010, at 7:27 AM, Alex Hartov wrote:
Is anyone suggesting that fluctuation in the rotating of the disc
itself can have ANY effect on playback? Do I misunderstand
something? Since the data stream is buffered the speed with which it
is read from the disc cannot possibly have any effect on the playback
speed which is controlled by the DAC clock. So what is the above
quote intended to convey?