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RE: Level 42 - superb.

the record spot wrote:

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I would say a fair chunk of 80s original recordings sound lousey on cd. Overall, that period, is far better on vinyl.

 

I'd be included to differ.  Barring a very few, the majority I've heard have been excellent.  I tend to seek out the earlier releases in fact, usually as they're closed to the analogue master.

You took that quote from 2012, right?

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RE: Level 42 - superb.

Have you changed your mind since then?!

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RE: Level 42 - superb.

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Have you changed your mind since then?!

No. Have, however, changed the speakers. I have mentioned a number of times how those hard domed tweeters could make certain cds, especially remastered jobbies, sound a little mechanical.

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RE: Level 42 - superb.

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Have you changed your mind since then?!

BTW, have you decided on new speakers yet? Seems to have gone a little quiet.

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Ah, me neither.  Most sound fine, think it's more down to the gear of today that's harsh than metal domed tweeters per se.  Mission 751 being a very musical, non-fatiguing mesh-dome tweeter that I use as a regular example. 

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Superb ? They were never even good tbh, far too comercial.          :type:

(funk rubbish, truth be told)

 

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RE: Level 42 - superb.

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Superb ? They were never even good tbh, far too comercial.          :type:

(funk rubbish, truth be told)

 

 

Well that's all the Level 42 fans told then.I'm sure they will be grateful for your insight.

 

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RE: Level 42 - superb.

DIB wrote:

Alantiggger wrote:

Superb ? They were never even good tbh, far too comercial.          :type:

(funk rubbish, truth be told)

 

 

Well that's all the Level 42 fans told then.I'm sure they will be grateful for your insight.

Yup, that's us told what we shouldn't listen to. Pity, though, about the spelling. 

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