08/10/2021 12:41 pm  #1


Chronological Bing Crosby vol. 1-10

Hello,
For years I thought I had all of the volumes, and I do - but I just realized that my volume 1-10 are burnt copies. Does anyone have duplicates of volume 1-10?

Thanks!

 

14/10/2021 10:03 pm  #2


Re: Chronological Bing Crosby vol. 1-10

The good thing David is with a CD duplicate of the original there is NO decrease in the quality, a duplicated CD is exactly the same as the original CD in quality.  If it was a tape you copied to another tape there was always some degradation in sound but not with CD duplicating.   So be happy with your duplicates.   I also have CD duplicates of those Chronological CDs, that is until Sepia took over then I'd buy them.  My problem with the original Chronological series it was too difficult to buy the original CDs.   You couldn't just go on Amazon and buy you had to jump a couple hoops first.

 

15/10/2021 12:07 am  #3


Re: Chronological Bing Crosby vol. 1-10

Archiefit wrote:

The good thing David is with a CD duplicate of the original there is NO decrease in the quality, a duplicated CD is exactly the same as the original CD in quality.  If it was a tape you copied to another tape there was always some degradation in sound but not with CD duplicating.   So be happy with your duplicates.   I also have CD duplicates of those Chronological CDs, that is until Sepia took over then I'd buy them.  My problem with the original Chronological series it was too difficult to buy the original CDs.   You couldn't just go on Amazon and buy you had to jump a couple hoops first.

My copies from volume 1-10 aren't very good copies. I forget who made them from me - they are from the LP versions and I don't think this person was using a very good needle to make them. I would even love to get better burnt copies of them.
 

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15/10/2021 3:56 am  #4


Re: Chronological Bing Crosby vol. 1-10

Ohh, that's a different story, a copy from an album will have all the sound imperfections the original person's album may have had, scratches and all.   I thought you had duplicates from CDs not from albums.  I guess the person who did it must have been one of the original buyers pre-CD days.   Sometime though on albums I've transferred to CD I kind of like those little imperfections, it's still like listening to a real album.  

By the way a CD recording of an album will give you better sound quality as there is no hiss on an album like you get on a cassette recording.  I can always tell a CD recording from a tape as opposed to an album by that hiss in the silent parts, albums give pure silence (overlooking the pops and clicks).

Last edited by Archiefit (15/10/2021 3:58 am)

 

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