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With regard to noise, the better the turntable the lower the noise floor. With regard to clicks and pops, if your records are clean and on a good turntable again the less of this click and pop you will notice.
I get so annoyed with the claims of "pops". You may hear one or two at the beginning when you cue it up but everything sounds great to me when it is playing.
I play both vinyl and CDs. (note I don't stream, or use downloads at all.)CD is far more convenient.. by a mile. As for sound quality.. I used to say the system I own, LP had the advantage... Until I bought recent toys. Then CD playback became a lot better. However with the latest gadgets LP has caught back up with CD.They are just different animals. And yes there is a lot more putzing with Lps. For some folks that may put them in a frame of mind to better appreciate the music. Maybe.For me it is just a chore needing to be done. I agree about paying attention though. there is way less musical enjoyment when I am doing two things.. listening and ... something else. (like now, typing an answer)
I would caution people against thinking you need megabuck vinyl rigs just because that's what the magazines review.
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