96kHz/24-bit digital-to-analog conversion?


ok, I am(like many others) getting into stereo systems. Basically I am going for a college dorm "starter"(receiver, and two tower speakers).

I have narrowed my search of recievers down to a few:
.: Pioneer VSX-D411 :.
.: Sherwood RD-7100 :.

There are others, but they are one price gap up(~$50), and the only real difference I can see is they use 96kHz/24-bit digital-to-analog conversion.

What is this?
Is it vital?
If I get a receiver without it, will I kick myself 3 months later?

these are some questions bouncing around in my head.
Thanks all

Not really and for a dorm receiver I wouldn't think twice about it.

Hell, I listened to bootleg 'dead cassettes in a haze through most of my undergrad career...*cassettes* man, cassettes!

Enjoy..and quit bogarting ;-)

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