At what source file configuration have we reached analog reproduction?

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As the title suggests, when will we reach analog level of reproduction. There are the following file configurations:
  • CD - 2(channels) x 16(bits) x 44,100(sampling freq) = 1,411 kbps
  • Studio - 2 x 24 x 192,000 = 9,216,000 kbps
I think the following should be adequate:
2 x 32 x 250,000( Rob Watts psychoacoustics) = 16,000,000 kbps.

What do you think?
 
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Studio - 2 x 24 x 192,000 = 9,216,000 kbps
Shouldn’t that be 9216 kbps instead?
2 x 32 x 250,000( Rob Watts psychoacoustics) = 16,000,000 kbps.
And this 16000 kbps.

What makes you say 16 mbps would adequately approach analog level? Analog must be infinite, right? Probably in the 80’s they must have thought 1411 kbps was sufficient to do that. Now we are achieving 8 times that, but still looking for higher resolution.
 
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