1200y3 wrote:L The stylus never actually fits into the groove perfectly unless it has about 3 grams vertical force.
Wrong, many cartridges give incredibly low distortion figures and excellent frequency response at 1 gram. Facts contradict you.
1200y3 wrote:The groove modulations were always designed to be played back with a standard afffordable stylus.
This is only partly true for pop records, not for classical music records.
1200y3 wrote:The LP is not recorded with antyhing lower than 50Hz and anyhthing above 15kHz. If it was then master tape noises will enter the disc...
1. Frequencies of up to 122KHz (yes, ONE HUNDRED TWENTY TWO KILOHERTZ) have been recorded on vinyl experimentally.
2. On the 70s all CD-4 quadraphonic records had frequencies of 50KHz on the record.
3. Technics had a cartridge with frequency response up to 100 (ONE HUNDRED) Kilohertz.
4. Tape bias is at the very least 60KHz; much higher on a professional machine.
1200y3 wrote:Mechanical playback is what makes vinyl so intriguing, but it is not understod by many.
It has been researched in depth. Maybe you can start reading the results of those researches too.