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Old 07-29-2016, 06:24 AM   #1201
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Funny you should mention that...i've always thought they sounded better too!
I don't think there's any technical difference between the SACD layer on a hybrid disc and a DSD single-layer disc. The only possible way the hybrid discs could sound worse is if your player is having trouble reading the disc and is using error correction to play it and gets some bits wrong.
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I don't think there's any technical difference between the SACD layer on a hybrid disc and a DSD single-layer disc. The only possible way the hybrid discs could sound worse is if your player is having trouble reading the disc and is using error correction to play it and gets some bits wrong.
Like we both said, we're aware that technically it should sound the same. It just seems that native DSD discs sound better. Again, it could simply be a matter of higher quality recordings being picked when deciding to bring an album to SACD and/or the people involved simply doing a better job of the mixing.
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