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RE: How often do you see someone admit to that in an audiphile forum?

Something like that. I am pushing the old brain cell here. It was some kind of pulse code mudulation but not the same as what came later. Also, it may have been 12bit not 14.

What I do not remember is any noise. I did not mention that I eventually copied some of my favorite LPs into this type of VHS audio. Aside from the issue of peak limiting, they sounded better than my best copies on metal tape audio cassettes. Problem was...finding a given piece in that long tape.

I wonder if I kept its manual in storage; I know it was still around 3 years ago. The player died in 1998 of natural causes. LOL!


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