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Volume Some records seem to play at normal volume. At other times I have to turn the volume to max to get enough volume.

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LPs were mastered back in the day with no real volume standard--ceertain sounds had to be mastered light because the engraving on the master disc was so sensitive.....digital technology does not have that problem....digital takes a lot of volume before it starts to break-up...

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