> Obviously you have no idea who you are talking to!
I think your last answer gave me a clue
> there will always be naysayers like yourself
Lol. This is not just my personal opinion, its a basic law of information theory.
> The ONLY (and preferable) method is to capture that analog information directly from the format it was saved to (LD) and preserve it directly in digital format
Please do go ahead and explain how this is somehow not converting analog to digital, and how it magically avoids quantisation loss of the analog signal. I could do with a laugh.
> By your logic NO Music or Movies recorded Analog should have ever been reproduced on CD or DVD! I cant image a world where that were the case.
Wow do you really not understand the difference between "some information/quality loss" and "no information at all"? FYI movies copied from tape/film onto DVD are in fact also lossy so necessarily lower quality than the original. Not only just from quantisation loss, but also because the compression algorithm used is intentionally VERY lossy and actively throws away quite a lot of information (in fact most of it), just to make the amount of information remaining small enough to fit a whole movie on a DVD.