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I don't think this question can be answered, it really depends on your preferences. As a teenager, I listened to this dramatization more often than I read the books, so it influenced my imagination much more than the books did. (You can probably imagine how weird it was for me at first when the movies were released and I had to get used to new voices and faces, haha.)
I have to admit that I teared up a little when I realized that Audible had this old dramatized audio version of Herr der Ringe. It was made in 1991/92 and was hugely popular among my nerd friends when I was a teenager. We listened to it so often that we could recite certain passages. I loved it back then and still love it.
Great voices, and some very well-known German actors at that. My favorites are Hans-Peter Hallwachs (Aragorn), the late Dietmar Mues (Gollum), and the late Manfred Steffen (narrator).
This is also something for advanced German learners who are already familiar with LotR!
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