Converting vinil records to digital

Much has written and posted about ripping lp's . But is that enough ? What about distortion and lost frequencies for example ?
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First..why are you thinking of doing it?

Distortion, what do you mean by that? Lost frequency? I am not sure, but obviously something will be lost.

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Kind of spammy

if you ask me

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You may have lost folk over how spammy the post was.

But most vinyl users don't care for digital content and players. You lose a lot along the way and if you've played vinyl through the usual tube amplifiers you know the difference.

For me I find it easier to get the title if possible all ready to play from the usual sources like iTunes, Amazon Prime or on AudioCD. Then I'm good to go without all that tinkering.

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