Hello and Welcome to HiFiVision.com - an online community for the home entertainment and tech enthusiasts!
If you would like to ask a question, participate in a discussion and view attachments please Register yourself.
I just got that LP last month. It sounds brilliant and Polydor did an excellent job with its production qualities. Lata's young voice is just too sweet when she speaks. The true nightingale of India.Lata Mangeshkar Live at Royal Albert hall London
its a two LP set with lots of hit songs. Recording is very good.
Hai Studiomaster,>> Kraftwerk "The Man Machine"
>> The best of ABBA
Both are my fav too. In fact my Best of ABBA-I LP is missing as it got mixed up with my friend's LPs while I returned them to him. Hence am hunting for another copy, hope I may find it at Chennai Moore Market.
Hai Anil,Hi Murali, i saw 2 copies of Best of ABBA LP @ Balaji in Bengaluru last sunday.
Please check the attached picture, are you looking for this LP?
Exactly the same, I missed this LP when I had returned my friends, got mixed up in that. I have seen a couple of the same album at Chennai Moore Market. But I only wish that it must be of the same condition (near mint), which I had missed.
Hai Anil kumar,
E=mc2 'Giorgio Moroder" 1979
I have both Vinyl & CD, Vinyl sounds better than CD
also light weight vinyls tend to warp easily heavy records are durable. I have around 700 to 800 records kept parpendicularly straight. Old Saigal, Rafi, Lata, Mukesh vinyl used to come in heavy format. with thick paper album cover (Album cover artists name used to be printed on backside) nowadays no one cares. Myriad's Abhimaan LP is good exampleon a side note, you guys should try and pick up the heavier 180g or 200g LPs if you buy new ones. They sound leagues beyond any CD, SACD, DVD-A discs I have heard.
Welcome to the vinyl world. This is one hobby which has everything, music (ofcourse), science of sound reproduction, Analogue sound, Album cover art, nostalgia, and that vinyl sound. I listen to them on old pioneer three in one system which my granddad brought from Muscat. it is 20 to 25 years old still original belts and most importantly sweet sound.Seriously, I absolutely LOVE vinyl! The sound is so unpredictable, almost like real life.
Picked up two more records today as I went to a local audio dealer for some new belts for my turntable. Seems like the old belts had developed cracks which was not keeping the tension in the belts intact.
Peter Gabriel Pasison on Classic Records 200g 2LP
Nusrat is absolutely STUNNING on the "Passion" cut.
Also picked up Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot 180g LP (Haven't heard it yet as of this post)
Also, on a side note, you guys should try and pick up the heavier 180g or 200g LPs if you buy new ones. They sound leagues beyond any CD, SACD, DVD-A discs I have heard. Seriously, I absolutely LOVE vinyl! The sound is so unpredictable, almost like real life.
Must be lovely ambience stevieboy.my favourite ventures album is music music. co-incidentally was listening to it last night with all lights off and only SET amp and phonostage tubes glowing