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kap'n krunch

2K Club - QQ Super Nova
Nov 25, 2008
nola, estados hundidos

This one ranks as a 10 in a 10 scale as for decoding in DPL!!!
It sounds like a totally discrete Quad recording....
I had bought the LP 3 or 4 years ago new and sealed when I was getting back into vinyl and it was BAD, I mean click central, but I recorded it anyway with my cheapo Numark 1650...

The other day I decided to archive it using my loverly Linear Tracking and , although it still was clicky , it was much better.
Then came "ClickRepair" time and it was cool.
But I just sat down 20 minutes ago to listen to it and ....Daaaaaaannnngggg it blew me away!!!!

WB US LP pressing
Music Dimension=+1

btw, this is one of those LPs that are very cool!!