Digital LP’s

Has anyone noticed that LP’s made from digital sources don’t sound as good as actual CDs.  The seem to lack spaciousness and detail.


My friend from Music Direct he prefers cd on classical the rest on vynil.I think if I remember classical can be more  manipulated digitally  dynamically speaking..


Luckily, the majority of my vinyl collection was purchased in the 60s and 70s, prior to the 1982 digital CD invention. However I do agree that a new vinyl made from a 24/96 source is likely to sound very good. I base this observation on listening to the same record both on 16/44 on my CD transport and 24/96 on my streamer, and the streamer version always sounds a little better. But when I play a 16/44 record on both, I hear basically no difference.



That's quite the generalization; in many cases that would be true, but like with almost anything else, I've no doubt that many exceptions can be found. 

Fortunately, I'm not interested in much music recorded during the digital era.  I also try to avoid reissues with intermediate digital steps, but sometimes that's the best you can do.