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    Jul 25,  · Yeah, a really good vinyl sound starts at turntable + cartridge + preamp = $$ (I think closer to the upper end). And I don’t think that sounds better than a proper digital setup – player + DAC – at that price. At the lower – medium end no doubt vinyl sounds better.
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    Sadly, no master tapes have surfaced from any previous source, including the Decca vaults, Varese Sarabande (who reissued an LP back in their early days), the composer not even the director himself. As such, Intrada mastered the CD from a virgin copy of the vinyl /5(9).
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    Vinyl Record Noises and Scratches, an album by Sounds And Effects on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Listen to all your favourite artists on any device for free or try the Premium trial.
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    Aug 19,  · My fave sound effects LP's are the Elektra series. Many copies are still found in broadcast control rooms. The Valentino sound effects and production music records are also good too. The Cook Binaural Stereo sampler was also great. Especially the cat fight.
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    Jul 07,  · The "S" sound in mystery explodes on the LP and not in a good way. I can directly compare to the SACD and it's an interesting demo/comparison of the 'issue'. The SACD as expected is rock-solid. When the chorus kicks in, I prefer the LP to the SACD but man, that one 'little' issue with that single 'S' sound is nails on a chalkboard.

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