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RE: REVIEW: Vacuum State Electronics DVP-9000ES Level 7 SACD Player (Modded)

Posted by finnman500@hotmail.com on January 23, 2009 at 21:16:16:

This is slightly off topic but I have a copy of the Shelby Lynne album you mentioned and I have a question as you preport to be on the cutting edge of digital perfection.
The vocals on the first track are distorted early on into the tune. They break up a few times which sounds to my experienced ears as input overload at the mixing console. I have heard this album on other peoples gear with their copy and the same distortion in the same location of the song is exposed.
Do you hear what I'm referring to on your system?