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    Myles B. Astor, Senior Editor, PF, www.positive-feedback.com
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    Re: NY Times on Analog

    Interesting article. I don't know if there was ever a time in history where there were more high quality and super high quality turntables, tonearms, and cartridges for sale than right now. Too bad we don't have more new LP releases that are pure analog.

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    Re: NY Times on Analog

    Interesting that this was all about foreign companies considering it was a NYT article.
    Bruce in PA

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    Yes. It was done it seems by a Brit audio reviewer and picked up by the Times. Look at the last line in small print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mep View Post
    Interesting article. I don't know if there was ever a time in history where there were more high quality and super high quality turntables, tonearms, and cartridges for sale than right now. Too bad we don't have more new LP releases that are pure analog.
    Mark

    Try this one:

    Potions | Lyn Stanley

    we played the master dub at the CA AXPONA via Nagra IV-S + QGB earlier.

    Pure analog.

    Ki

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ki Choi View Post
    Mark

    Try this one:

    Potions | Lyn Stanley

    we played the master dub at the CA AXPONA via Nagra IV-S + QGB earlier.

    Pure analog.

    Ki
    Ki-I bought the Lyn Stanley LP before it was officially released and it sounds damn good. Paul Roger's new LP is also pure analog, but it was an opportunity wasted compared to the Lyn Stanley LP as I mentioned in another thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mep View Post
    Ki-I bought the Lyn Stanley LP before it was officially released and it sounds damn good. Paul Roger's new LP is also pure analog, but it was an opportunity wasted compared to the Lyn Stanley LP as I mentioned in another thread.
    Mark,
    Her earlier LP was from digital recording but I take you bought the Potions that is the newest. - Nice choice.

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    Interesting article above Myles. Lyn Stanleyotions is definitely on my to get list, thanks for that. from the website..
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    Price: $700.00 | 15 IPS 2 Tracks, 2 Reels (15 tracks total) | IEC Format | Limited Production | Only Potions Reel-to-Reel available!

    Price: $700.00


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ki Choi View Post
    Mark,
    Her earlier LP was from digital recording but I take you bought the Potions that is the newest. - Nice choice.
    Ki-Yes, I bought her Potions LP. Lyn has a very sexy voice.

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    Re: NY Times on Analog

    Quote Originally Posted by Ki Choi View Post
    Mark

    Try this one:

    Potions | Lyn Stanley

    we played the master dub at the CA AXPONA via Nagra IV-S + QGB earlier.

    Pure analog.

    Ki
    This is an amazing sounding LP! I played what I thought was a good sounding LP after that. It sounded digital compared to this LP (turns out it was, hah!).


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