Audiophiles Rejoice: The Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem actually proves high-res audio is real and works

Background

I was reading on some forums online about how this theorem proves that CD quality sound fully reproduces the original analog audio signal “perfectly” and high-res is “fake news”.

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