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Swirl - Various - Indiscreet Stereo Test Record (CD)

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  1. May 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Indiscreet Stereo Test Record on Discogs/5(15).
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  3. Various Various - Indiscreet Stereo Test Record ‎ (CD, Comp) Discreet/Indiscreet, Discreet/Indiscreet.
  4. A good test to evaluate real instruments and a very nice female voice. Sara K. records are very popular at HiFi SHows. Telarc Super Test CD - Telarc recordings. Another good sampler with tracks ranging from jazz to classical music. It contains some excellent tracks devoted to single instruments (organ and double-bass, for example).
  5. Track 3. Remixed from the original Merzbow recording 'Elephants Memory' from Indiscreet Stereo Test, Indiscreet. Track 4. Remixed from the original Merzbow recording Antimonument, Art Direct. Track /5(35).
  6. Mar 27,  · Elektra/Nonesuch Records. Metamorphosis is a great album by the World Saxophone Quartet, and "The Holy Men" is one of the best test tracks for stereo imaging and midrange detail that we know of. Each of the group's four saxophones—all four of which play nonstop through the entire tune—is positioned at a certain place within the stereo.
  7. Electrohome Kingston 7-in-1 Vintage Vinyl Record Player Stereo System with 3-Speed Turntable, Bluetooth, AM/FM Radio, CD, Aux in, RCA/Headphone Out, Vinyl/CD to MP3 Recording & USB Playback (RR75B) out of 5 stars
  8. Mar 27,  · TEAC has been a leader in audio recorders since the reel-to-reel tape days and continues this tradition in both its professional and consumer line of CD recorders. The CDRW is an affordable option in a high-quality CD recorder. This recorder features both analog and digital audio inputs, as well as analog output capability.
  9. May 25,  · If I were forced to choose between the $20K worth of audio test gear I own or the demo CD that cost me probably 20 cents to make, I’d take the latter without hesitation. Test gear is great for telling me how well an audio product is engineered. But when I want to find out what an audio product does — i.e., how a listener will perceive its sound — the demo CD is a much better tool.

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