In Reply to: Dynamic expander posted by spindoctor on July 5, 2017 at 18:13:51:
I used to have a DBX 4BX dynamic range expander many years ago. It was kind of interesting for a while and then I got tired of it and sold it. I decided music sounded more natural without dynamic range expansion. I think you'll need to try it yourself to determine whether it has value in your system.
I also had a Teac X-1000R reel-to-reel tape recorder with DBX noise reduction. It sounded rather impressive at first, but as time passed I began to prefer my recordings without any noise reduction. On the other hand, I always used Dolby noise reduction on my Nakamichi Dragon cassette deck. Unfortunately, I didn't have a reel-to-reel tape deck with Dolby so I made reel-to-reel recordings without noise reduction and/or dynamic expansion.
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Topic - Dynamic expander - spindoctor 18:13:51 07/05/17 (5)Follow Ups
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