|Checksums||d1 , d2 , d3|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||Unknown Source... reportedly: Sounds great! Very thick, deep bass.|
|Other Sources (comments)
Schoeps M222?; transfer by... (1) Schoeps cmbi + mk2s >... (3) Uknown source (Fixed... (3) flac16, 44kHz; AKG... (0) flac16, 44kHz; (FOB)... (0) flac16, 48kHz;... (0) flac16, 44kHz;... (0) flac16, 44kHz; AKG... (0) flac16, 48kHz; AKG... (0) flac16, 44kHz; (FOB)... (0) flac16, 48kHz; set 2... (0) flac16, 48kHz;... (0) flac16, 44kHz;... (0)
|07/14/2002||Mike||This is the best sounding set of shns available for this show. No sector boundary issues, and sounds amazing.|
|07/15/2002||a non omus||
This was orig. seeded as a SBD, correct?
We had high hopes :-(
|07/15/2002||Mike||My mistake-it is most likely a schoeps FOB-the best sounding one I ever heard. Nonetheless, it sounds much better than the other 2 sources. I apologize for the misnomer.|
|07/16/2002||LiverLobes||I definitely would NOT say this is the best sounding FOB I've heard. Also, there are several pops and dropouts as well as level adjustments in Funky Bitch (which starts a about 15 seconds into the music)...also, several tracks do NOT begin when the songs start and some start 20 seconds into the song...I DEFINITELY would NEVER get this mixed up with a SBD|
This source has been updated. Correct tracking, and flaws in the beginning of Funky Bitch have been removed as best as they could be. All in all, no big deal here, just sloppy tracking, but the product (being the audio discs) still come out great regardless of which release of this source you wind up with..
All of these sources are crap.
They all suffer from extreme bass distortion.
However there id=s a new source: