Analog vs digital?

Hi all! My first posting so please be gentle!
I've just had my old Linn LP12 turntable tuned up. It's been over 25 years since its had any attention. 
Nothing replaced just readjusted and I'm blown away by the result. 
It's so much more involving than the digital part of my system. 
Singxer SU-6, Denafrips Terminator. 
The Linn LP12 and  Ekos arm is over 30 years old.
I'm confused! 
Technology seems to be going backwards. Is it all for convenience? 
Thanks for all the input guys.
Much appreciated.

Have also tried the surround sound for a short time but wasn't happy with the sound. 
Have stuck with two channels even for my home cinema which is now also my music room. 
Adding a couple of subs help with the home cinema. 

Analog system consists of an 18 year old Shelter 901 MC cart, 35 year old Ekos tone ARM, LP12 and Naim Armagedon TT power supply routed through a Project Tubebox DS phono stage. 

Digital is a phone or tablet connected to a Singxer SU-6 via USB connected via I2S to a Terminator dac connected to the fully balanced prototype preamp via XLRs. 

The prototype fully balanced input/output valve preamp feeds a couple of March P451 monoblocks into a pair of recently serviced B&W MK1 matrix 3's. 
Also have a pair of Harbeth SHL5 PLUS 40th anniversary speakers waiting for a pair of stands. 

My foray into digital started a year ago with a preloved Naim V1 dac. 
After replacing the V1 with the Singxer/Terminator combination thought I had a very revealing, detailed, clean sounding system where finally a piano sounded real. 
Was finally a match for my vinyl system till an old retired Linn and Naim dealer friend decided my TT needed a service as it hadn't been serviced for well over 20 years.

Now after a service the good vinyl wins by a rather large margin. 
More presence and reality even the base is acceptable, (digital always has a deeper bass) but the vinyl wins in the musicality/listening experiance.
Don't want to stop listening when I should be going to bed.

Bugger! Now I feel like I have to try n improve the digital streaming.

It's a bummer when you have a fussy personality!

Could a dedicated hard wired (cat6) streamer/storage unit improve the listening experiance? 
As I said earlier I'm new at this digital thing and there's not much help or gear to trial here in NZ so I appeal to those of you that have the experiance. 

Anyway any positive realistic ideas would be much appreciated.

Thanks again for your input.

Cheers! Tony. 
It's like saying who cares about books, I can read them all online with e books. Doing away with book cases, how great is that!
An empty house with just a few electronics around. Count me out of that future. Long live vinyl!
The Regen switch should do it. You would need to read up on the subject if not familiar.

Try the wireworld chroma cat 8 cables.  Very reasonable price. 

Best wishes
listening to analog records, vs. compact discs, vs streaming -- are fundamentally different processes and thus, experiences

you can get a system to sound truly truly excellent playing any of the above media... those who insist on naming one as ’the best’ and putting the others down are totally missing the point - ALL are able to provide tremendous enjoyment and a no-apologies listening experience with the right equipment and content - it just takes know-how, perserverance and $ to achieve it

people get emotional, defensive and protective of what they have personally invested their time effort and money into -- that they have done so does not diminish what others have done in their own, separate directions within the hobby

in pursuing high end audio we are all seeking an experience, a hobby that we get a great deal of joy from - it is a multi faceted experience as it involves technical, monetary, artistic/aethestic elements - but it is narrow-minded, selfish and unbecoming to put down others so you can feel better about what you prefer - like in life more broadly, there are so many paths to happiness and self actualization, there are multiple paths to musical and sonic satisfaction
Excellent post. As you said, there are many paths, and those who prefer analog must realize that it is not only a subjective preference, but probably also an inbuilt sensitivity to certain types of distortion that they hear with digital.
I would liken it to overhead fluorescent lighting. Over the years when I have had to work in an environment that was lighted in this way, I was always keenly aware of the oscillation of the fluorescent tubes. I would ask others if it bothered them, and usually they would say that they didn't even notice it. 
My point is that perceived distortions in in digitally reproduced music may be very real to the ears of some listeners and not to others; and that's OK.