Please Stand By - Various - Striktly For Konnoisseurs (Cassette)

They even served as studio equipment for record companies and radio stations. What Tandberg has done in the design of the TCD deck is to translate its exacting standards from the professional realm of open-reel recorders to the popular cassette medium. This wasn't just a matter of doing common things uncommonly well. Tandberg had a special trick up its sleeve. At the risk of extending the metaphor, you might say they were stacking the deck.

Their winning card is a patented circuit called Dyneq, which stands for DYNamic EQalization and squeezes the last smidgen of possible performance out of cassettes. Without waxing overly technical, the Dyneq circuit may be described as a device that prevents overtones from getting literally crunched on the tape.

Normally the highs are boosted in a tape recorder to keep them from being swamped by tape hiss in the soft passages. But when the boost persists in loud passages, more highs are crammed on the tape than can be magnetically accommodated. Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Cassette vs. Location: Manchester, Cheshire, UK. Hi Folks What's the consensus on how a compact cassette compares with a CD, in terms of sound quality? I'm thinking particularly of the analog vs.

FOr instance, if you did your own needle drop of a vinyl album, which produced a CD, how would that compare to a cassette you'd recorded from the vinyl? Apologies if this is an old subject, but I haven't seen a discussion of this anywhere. FieldingMellish , Oct 28, Baba Oh Really and JeffR like this. Location: Near Pittsburgh Pa. There is the issue of the tiny tape size and slow speeds limiting noise levels and high frequency response.

Its still amazing how good the best cassettes sounded towards the end though, with good tape formulations and noise reduction anyways. Siegmund , Daily Nightly , Aftermath and 1 other person like this. A variation on the old lp vs. Get tape smart before ordering, Click to get started. Place Your Order. Frequently Asked Questions. Should I choose to apply Dolby B to my audio? Is that right? What is headroom? Why are cassette case inserts named with letters? What is ferric tape?

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  1. Various ‎– Striktly For Konnoisseurs Genre: Rock. Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock. Year: Tracklist – Please Stand By: – Legs Diamond (2) It's Not The Music: – Desmond Child And Various: Striktly For Konnoisseurs /5.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Striktly For Konnoisseurs on Discogs. Label: Music For Nations - MFN 32 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock Please Stand By Various: Striktly For Konnoisseurs /5(15).
  3. Mar 08,  · During the '80s, Kerrang!magazine was a hard rock and heavy metal bible. The powers at Kerrang!magazine issued Striktly for Konnoisseurs in , which is loaded down with several hot tracks from North American group's that never caught a big break. The collection of cult-following-cuts that fill out the double album set includes the likes of '70s rockers Legs Diamond ("It's Not the Music /5(1).
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