Sorry but thats bull ditital bass (lets say sound) can certainly be affected and in some cases more so, by more problematic sources of inference, SSD's are not indestructible either hence there not used for archival purposes and only have set number of read and writes before degradation creeps in. Admittedly its a lot but it will happen. Turnable just generally need a firm support and its generally fine, you're making sound like its and absolute bull ache to get rid of vibrations and its not. A side board will do.The bass (and treble) from the speakers affects the record player but on digital SSD there is no possibility to affect the bass.
Digital is the best method for recovery and quality.
If you like a bandwith limited sound then vinyl is for you but it is not modern Hi-Fi at all.
You can get 100's of 44.1KHz recordings on a 1TB SSD and 100's of vinyl albums are taking up a lot of space.
Also one could argue that CD/digital are intentaily limited artificially, raised levels in post (compression) and the rest of the bandwidth is filled with inaudible noise so they hardly using the full potential of the format in most cases, so again i could argue what's the point of digital, its not a clear cut as your making out, neither or are the best medium for sonic retrieval both have the pit falls and pluses for replay.
The only thing you mention here that is factually correct is a growing record clection can be very problomatic