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"In 1950 my grandfather gave an Armistice Day speech that was broadcast over a local radio station. That station provided him with a 16” transcription of that speech. Due to its fragility and the warning that it would deteriorate significantly after just a few playings, to my knowledge it was never played. I checked locally and there was no ..."

What about the “harsh” sound of CD’s?

“Harshness” is caused by cheap or improperly designed converters (analog to digital at recording, and digital to analog in your playback unit). We use analog to digital converters of the highest quality, specially designed for audiophile-grade work. Our CD’s sound as warm as the source LP’s, with no added harshness or coloration (minus the vinyl noise, crackles and pops). The quality of the converters in your playback unit is also important.