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Really nice box set, comes with great extras, I would give it a five but I feel the price point is too high.Published 9 days ago by Dorian Parisi
As I have said in several other reviews. I have been collecting Beatles vinyl for over 35 years. This box set never left the shipping box it came in. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Jeffrey Razook
The quality of the vinyl in this set was terrible. Warped vinyl. Non-fill, smudges and just terrible sound quality. Read morePublished 12 days ago by MattN
I bought this box by Amazon and was disappointed that box had faulty on 5 CD's!
Eight of CD boxes unglued!
Wrongly labeled! For example "Help! Read more
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|Why buy the mono boxed set?||
The primary reason many Beatle fans are gaga about the release of the mono mixes is because until 1968 mono was the prime focus of rock music producers and engineers. Back then albums would be released in mono and stereo, but the stereo version cost $1 more, and as most rock music fans were... Read More
Jul 16, 2009 by BrownFingersDibbity | See all 34 posts
|The Beatles mono VS. stereo||
There is plenty of advice already on the forum, but the best advice I can give is to research the topic online on how Beatles recordings were done and released and what the significance is of the different mixes. If you are just getting into The Beatles there is a lot to read on the topic. It's... Read More
Aug 13, 2009 by Parrot Monkey | See all 555 posts
|What's the difference between remixing and remastering?||
When a band records an album, they begin by recording instruments on separate tracks - drums on one track, bass on another, guitar on another, vocal on another. This is then mixed to a two-track stereo master which can then be used for pressing LPs, CDs, etc. Usually this master goes through one... Read More
Aug 5, 2009 by T. Casey | See all 13 posts
|Did George Martin make the Mono mixes a priority for too long?||
I agree that Let it Be Naked, Love, Yellow Sub Songtrack are all great mixes. What I should say is superior mixes of the material. The other mixes were what they were, which is the best they could do for the listening formats of the time and with the equipment they had to mix it at that time.... Read More
Mar 4, 2011 by You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) | See all 12 posts
|Beatles USB Drive||
Agreed, this should be considerably less than what its listed for.
this is an obvious pass for me.
Nov 4, 2009 by Spikor | See all 38 posts
|How about a box set of DSD?||Be the first to reply|