On 20/05/07, D P Ingram wrote:
> Hi All:
> What is the /current/ view of the CEDAR AUDIO duo products?
> A Google (R) reveals many older reviews that are perhaps not so
> current. Primary aim is to restore up old 78s etc but it should also
> be good for "newer" vinyl and tape (both compact casette and reel).
> As a Mac shop, presently ClickRepair (http://www.versiontracker.com/
> dyn/moreinfo/macosx/27231) has been very good but obviously it has
> some limitations.
> The "typical" problem with many computer programs, both on PC and Mac,
> is the GUI/design is somewhat "strange", a sort of dumbed down
> interface (cannot really explain what I mean, but large turney wheels
> and bubbles everywhere makes them look like a children's nursery set).
> Cedar processed a couple of samples for me as a demo (I took some
> records off the shelf at random so not to influence the condition)
> and to be honest I didn't notice a dramatic change or improvement.
That's probably how it should be.
It is too easy to scrub off all the ambience and half of the higher
frequencies when removing surface noise.>
> Thanks in advance !
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