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#86095 - 02/19/11 08:00 AM Re: how to pick audiophile mastered cd's and LP's [Re: XenonMan]
KOYAAN Offline

Registered: 09/04/05
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I've got some Rubinstein Chopin recordings, some Casals Beethoven sonatas, Some Art Tatum and some old female jazz vocals that I still listen to pretty regularly even though the sonics are terrible on all of them. I guess this is a case of " the music isn't as bad as it sounds".
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#86127 - 02/21/11 12:50 PM Re: how to pick audiophile mastered cd's and LP's [Re: KOYAAN]
Jimna Offline

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Well said, I have old Grateful Dead tapes that sound horrible but are some of the best music ever.
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