I have both DC6 and DC8 but have not used DC8's click repair as I never
really liked DC6's.
As I said, my experience was on a very bad LP and there was no
comparison to DC6 or the Samplitude product. I only tried a little with
DC6 as the Samplitude product always worked better for me.
It is a mixed bag, but for the price ($40?), I would try Brian's little
program. You can check the price at the website
It was less than the upgrade to DC8 when it was on sale, and I haven't
used DC8 except to try it and not see a huge improvement in noise
reduction over DC6. Maybe, I'm missing something. I think Brian's tools
are a great addition to the toolbox, both denoise and clickrepair. Also
EQ. Your mileage may vary. I have not tried Izotope recently. It had
promise, but it didn't offer an improvement for me for my tape work. I
have not evaluated it for disc work as that's not my main business. I've
just fallen into a dozen or so LPs recently that people wanted me to do
as part of larger packages or 'cause they are friends willing to pay.
The real noisy one I just did for a friend.
On 2012-04-21 9:01 PM, Jan Myren wrote:
> Hi again!
> Have you really checked out DC6 and think this Click repair is really
> better? What's the price on it?
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
Aurora, Ontario, Canada (905) 713 6733 1-877-TAPE-FIX
Quality tape transfers -- even from hard-to-play tapes.