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Discussion in 'Music' started by Sathyan, Oct 18, 2003.
For those with turntables, FYI.
from Music Direct:
I bet the lot will be on SACD or DVD-A or both soon enough...?
IM A BEATLE FAN ALSO THANKS FOR THE INFO. BTW DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET REDBOOK CD... THANKS BOB
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEN AND BOYS IS THE PRICE OF THEIR TOYS!!!!!!!!!!!
I paid $1.98 and $2.99 for most of those albums.
JIM WHERE DID YOU SAY I COULD BUY THE REDBOOK CD
Japanese pressings are sweeeeeeet.
I've heard that too, Ron. Does anyone know why?
Jason, quality standards. U.S. vinyl has a history of pressing too long with the masters, using excessive amounts of recycled vinyl at times, and a general disregard for quality. Most of the best records I have, I bought before 1975. I'm hardly an expert about all the in's and out's of pressing records. As a consumer I watched pressing quality plummet. I'm stille not impressed with most of the 180 gram and reg-lar vinyl I've bought in recent years. Too many duds with shallow grooves and multiple pops and jumps have I bought. I quess I should of bought Jappanese vinyl! It has a reputation of great pressing and I maybe have all of about 2 Jappanese LP's myself and no complaints about them.
I like vinyl but at the same time I'm skeptical about vinyl. IMO, about 1970 our records were as good as anybody's but quality gradually slid off into the ditch. I have records from the late 60's and early 70's that nearly blow my mind, can you dig it? I have records from back then that stille play like it's the first play seemingly. Recently I put on Small Faces' FIRST STEP on to hear Rod Stewart sing Dylan's WICKED MESSENGER. That record sounds better now than it did when I got it! ...well, I play it back better anyway's... Most of my worst sounding records are the ones after, say, 1980 or there-about's. The newer ones are way more likely to be off-centre, too shallow grooved, full of pops, and generally nasty in shitty ways. Like I say, I like's records, uuuh but I'm skeptical of U.S. quality for sure.
Japan has a heavy rep, but I'm not so experienced....
Any idea if these are digital masters?