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real01

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Re: Mono or Stereo?
« Reply #40 on: January 01, 2016, 10:49:29 AM »

Well, some say mono albums, some say stereo, and some have both...  icon_cool

The only way to determine what you like better is to listen both versions of the album/songs.
You don't have to be an audio expert - just follow your taste.

Comparing the track 'Flying' - I'd say it sounds better in mono (it has more depth).
'Your Mother Should Know' - it sounds better in stereo because in mono, it is a bit 'artificial' sounding - and you don't have switching the vocals L/R like in stereo.
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Re: Mono or Stereo?
« Reply #41 on: January 02, 2016, 07:29:41 PM »

Some of the earlier U.K. stuff in Stereo does suck on Headphones, but aren’t as bad on the Home Stereo.  If your listening the the early N.A. stereo on Headphones, it’s a little different, sometimes better, sometimes not.

Like I’ve mentioned before, if you like the true dexterized N.A. sound, you gotta get the 2004-06 Capitol CD Box sets Vol. 1 & 2. (In mono & Stereo).  The 2014 U.S. CD set does not give you that sound.

 **** That’s why you should just have it all in Mono & Stereo, U.K. & N.A.  Problem solved......  icon_cool
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