I thought I'd pass this along... Today I went to a local "hifi" dealer here in Tempe, Arizona. I spoke on and off with the owner in between my listening sessions of the setups in the store. After a while a gentleman walks into the store and starts talking to the owner about the frequency spectrums of CDs and LPs. The owner then proceeds to tell him that LPs have a 'far superior' frequency spectrum than CDs. "Up to 88kHz," he says. Now, my gut instinct was, "what the bloody hell is he thinking?!?" I know that the Nyquist theorem limits a CD to 22kHz (44.1kHz sampling rate). Well, an LP is an analog source...So how can I tell what the frequency spectrum is? I've looked online, in books, here, and there is nothing I can find to justify his claim. I'm VERY skeptical of this claim, and was wondering if anyone knows of any credible sources to back him up? What gives???