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"When my wife was young, her parents played two albums of recorded bird songs for her at bedtime, as a way of lulling her to sleep. For all of our married life (32 years now and counting) my wife has told me about these LPs, which were published in the late 50s I believe. Well, not too long ago she managed to purchase rare copies of the LPs that were in fairly good condition. We sent them along to LP2CD and just received the remastered CDs back in the mail. To say that she is delighted would be an understatement. You have provided a time machine which transports her back to 1965. She is delighted, as am I. Thanks for providing this much-appreciated service. "

Quadraphonic LP transfers to CD - transfer types

  • Transfer Only: The CD will sound EXACTLY like the original source. No noise reduction applied.
  • Transfer with Sound Restoration: The CD will sound BETTER than the original source. A variety of noises are reduced or eliminated.
  • Both Versions: Transfer with Sound Restoration and the unchanged Transfer Only version. Each version comes on a separate CD. 
    • Scenario #1: You are afraid that if you get Sound Restoration, you might miss the "original sound" of the recording.  You are also afraid that if you don't get Sound Restoration the CD may be too noisy. What to do? Get Both Versions.
    • Scenario #2: You want a CD with Sound Restoration, but would like to archive a "Transfer Only" version in order to preserve the present sound of the recording, so you get Both Versions.
  • DTS: The CD will be encoded using the DTS process. Decoding in your system is done by your DTS decoder.
  • DOLBY DIG: The CD will be encoded using the DOLBY DIGITAL process. Decoding in your system is done by your DOLBY DIGITAL decoder.

Both systems are good, we do not have a preference. Most people order DTS.

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Customer Testimonials
"When my wife was young, her parents played two albums of recorded bird songs for her at bedtime, as a way of lulling her to sleep. For all of our married life (32 years now and counting) my wife has told me about these LPs, which were published in the late 50s I believe. Well, not too long ago she managed to purchase rare copies of the LPs that were in fairly good condition. We sent them along to LP2CD and just received the remastered CDs back in the mail. To say that she is delighted would be an understatement. You have provided a time machine which transports her back to 1965. She is delighted, as am I. Thanks for providing this much-appreciated service. "