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I did enjoy that! Nice preview to a package I can't wait to see in my hands.
I'm eagerly waiting next thursday to be delivered but I do hope the mono box will contain the records as they should be, reproduced like the original ones…
The question is this; do I open up the records and play them? I can't decide. I bought the usb "apple" in 2009 and so have the 24-bit flac recordings. Just wondering how good these records sound!
I'm impatiently waiting to tell. I've read in Yellow-sub.net ( in french) some reviews about the listening experience.
It looks good. The sound is "softer" but very clear, all details are comfortably caught by the ear.
To summarize the feeling expressed by the listeners, I'd say they experienced a "warmer" sound.
The records they bought were "Let It Be" & the White Album.
Here's an interesting article with several "Beatles experts" (with at least one of our readers) testing the old vinyl, the Mobile Fidelity vinyl and the new vinyl: Chicago Tribune.
Worst unboxing ever 🙂