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  1. What you are describing is audio compression. Google “loudness wars” to learn how this ruined many releases over the years, especially in the early 90’s. I have some CD’s of the same album and same artist from different years and they are all dynamically different.
  2. Hah, Tapatalk digest arrived in my mail this morning and the original photo is preserved as a thumbnail, so I got to see it. Outstanding.
  3. I would say that the pattern is dependent on the roller.
  4. I do not know what the factory used, but I have achieved almost exact results with Duratex.
  5. 1974 https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/161759-klipsch-heritage-codes/
  6. Yep, and a bit of added aluminum foil was essential. It didn’t make anything any better, but we were convinced it did.
  7. There are eagles behind @Hornographic's house a few miles from here.
  8. I have that Honeywell unit and it works great. I only keep one room super clean with it, but it says it'll do 400 sq. ft. and I believe it.
  9. With all due respect, I could record Edison cylinders at 24/192 and it would not improve quality. You can go sky-high on your “high res” audio parameters and achieve no higher actual quality. Once you’ve captured the dynamics and bandwidth of the source, you’re done. Also, few Redbook examples take advantage of the available dynamics. I wouldn’t discount 40-year-old tech as being inadequate because of age. It may be irrelevant because of the source material. Just my opinion. I will prove it soon with analysis of purchased “high res” recordings. Most of what is sold is ripped from CD’s.
  10. You can make it a bit more practical if you make them pillars, in this example the THTLP:
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