No analog could approach 192k bytes per second? Analog is infinite, friend. All of the transduction problems of analog are present in digital, with the added complication of conversion, compression, decoding and re-conversion on playback.
My vinyl still sounds as alive as the best FLAC files on my network drive (played through the awesome DACs of my Oppo BD player/network media hub).
I gotta say, digital done right sounds great and I have no complaints. But I have yet to find an MP3 file that sounds as good as the vinyl pressed from the same master. Just my personal experience.