It's a shame! This subpar item goes back to the store without a second thought. My copy sounds flat and lifeless. Even using equalizer to optimize the sound it isn't sounding as full. Have tried two different cartridges to ensure it's not just equipment and am having the same affect. YellowKShop January 4, Report. Clocks especially. The Atlantic press had a milder version of some wobble noted on other capitol pressings but not this one. Sound is warm and even. Looks amazing as well. Very dynamic Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.
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