Figure I would bring this up since I think it is very true at least from my listening perspective. The Vinyl Effect is something I describe as a type of music or band due to whatever reason you don't enjoy listening to (radio, flac, dsd). However, when you listen to the vinyl version you can't stop thinking about how good the music or band sounds. Now most vinyl aficionados will agree that not all recordings are equal so this could lead to one record pressing being spot on while another pressing having an issue. If you are one of the vinyl aficionados I was referring to please feel free to also list pressings if they do indeed make a difference in your experience. For me personally Jazz, Blues, and Classical music sound far superior on vinyl than listening to them via DSD, FLAC, or Radio. Hands down for me it's a superior experience as the sound stage opens up. The bass gets deeper and more personal. It's truly the only experience where I feel I can be in the crowd maybe 10-15ft away from Miles Davis and listen while he serenades me with musical perfection. With vinyl for these genres of music specifically heaven's gate opens up and I can listen for hours without even caring about the rest of the world. I feel vinyl truly allows you to appreciate further just how good certain musicians are. Paul Simon is another musician whose work I love but on vinyl it's a completely different experience. It's deeper and more enigmatic. In what ways does the Vinyl Effect effect you?