Sources vs. outputs

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With the new DirectStream Memory Player shipping to beta testers next week, my thoughts turn to an old debate. What's more important, sources or outputs? The old arguments go something like this. Sources matter most. If you don't extract the material properly, nothing you do after the fact matters. Once lost, never recovered. Outputs matter most. The best input signals in the world lose meaning if you can't get their info to your ears intact. Once captured, easily lost. Over the years reasoned minds have concluded the obvious. Both are equally important. Yet, the debate remains, as so often is the case. Over the next few days it might be fun to examine both claims to see if we can't wrestle some insight. Stay tuned.
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