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If I Cant Have You - Various - NRG For The 90s Volume 11 (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of NRG For The 90's Volume 12 on Discogs. Label: Hot Tracks - HT-NRG • Series: NRG For The 90's - 12 • Format: Vinyl Various ‎– NRG For The 90's Volume 12 Label: Hot Tracks ‎– HT-NRG
  2. I don’t know about the physics behind vinyl, all I can tell you is what I hear. A lot of people like to talk about the “warmth” of vinyl. Personally, I don’t hear that. Although I have never honestly done a blind A/B test, my guess is that if I ha.
  3. Just this past August, Jack White's Lazaretto, which he recorded and released especially for vinyl, became the best-selling vinyl record in 20 years. Across the board, was a great year for.
  4. Yes! And if you think about it, it is quite logical for this to happen. The grooves near the end of the record are much thinner (less space for “information”) and the tracking speed is slower. It is called the End-track Distortion Inner-groove dis.
  5. Kaplan said book boxes are an option for inch vinyl records. Since record collecting is so popular among hobbyists, a number of storage products are available just for this purpose. If you have records of different sizes, say inch and 7-inch (think 45s), keep them .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Vinyl Vinyl release of NRG For The 90's Volume 11 on Discogs. Label: Hot Tracks - NRG • Series: NRG For The 90's - 11 • Format: 2x, Vinyl /5(7).
  7. It's thicker/heavier. Typically after you have handled a few you can tell. It means nothing really. It has become a selling point for many new presses, but ultimately it is meaningless. Everything depends on the mastering process. You will notice that most pre-'90 vinyl was about g and still sounds fantastic.
  8. Vinyl records were created decades ago, with the first developed around the time of , according to 78RPM. Records were the only way to listen to recorded music until cassette tapes became available. Early vinyl records spun at an rpm speed of 78 until when 45 and 33 rpm’s were developed.
  9. Feb 04,  · One of the main questions new vinyl collectors run into is why they cannot hear their albums after plugging their turntable into their stereo. This video explains how to fix this! Helpful Links.

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