Hi, I'm not an audiophile or even someone that knows a lot about sound or HT. I'd just like something clarified. In an age of digital music production are Vinyls essentially useless? It is my understanding that people argue that Vinyls are superior to CD's because of they're analogue nature, (could this be interpreted as a infinite sample rate as the sound has a continuous definition?) Now, I've read that since the 70's master recordings are on DAT, which are by definition digital, and I'm thinking they'd have some stupidly high sample rate, but I've read they're only done at 48khz, now this is barely any better than that of CD's. Does this throw the previous argument for vinyls out the window? Or is there something I'm horribly oblivious to or unaware of or just plain wrong about?