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Classic Records is proud to announce the reintroduction of the long out of print best selling Classic – Belafonte at Carnegie Hall. This two LP gatefold edition features authentic original artwork and labels and was transferred from the original three track session master tapes. Using the original Classic metal parts Classic has now re-released this legendary title on our proprietary 200 gram QUIEX Super Vinyl Profile.

What are the differences between our original 180g conventional profile pressings and the new QUIEX SV-P pressings? For one, the clarity is greatly enhanced. Belafonte feels more “in the room” because of the added low level spatial information that now comes through. The new QUIEX SV-P pressing is flat across the record profile which provides better coupling to the platter surface thereby reducing resonant feedback. Also, the flat profile greatly reduces “groove distortion” that is present in conventional concave profiles – this makes the playback level seem louder due to the reduced groove distortion.

All things considered this 200 gram QUIEX SV-P pressing is the closest to the sound on the master tape as we have ever been able to achieve! Alas, it is too bad that it is not at 45 rpm…..maybe next year!

Happy Listening!

Classic Records is proud to announce the reintroduction of the long out of print best selling Classic – Belafonte at Carnegie Hall. This two LP gatefold edition features authentic original artwork and labels and was transferred from the original three track session master tapes. Using the original Classic metal parts Classic has now re-released this legendary title on our proprietary 200 gram QUIEX Super Vinyl Profile.

What are the differences between our original 180g conventional profile pressings and the new QUIEX SV-P pressings? For one, the clarity is greatly enhanced. Belafonte feels more “in the room” because of the added low level spatial information that now comes through. The new QUIEX SV-P pressing is flat across the record profile which provides better coupling to the platter surface thereby reducing resonant feedback. Also, the flat profile greatly reduces “groove distortion” that is present in conventional concave profiles – this makes the playback level seem louder due to the reduced groove distortion.

All things considered this 200 gram QUIEX SV-P pressing is the closest to the sound on the master tape as we have ever been able to achieve! Alas, it is too bad that it is not at 45 rpm…..maybe next year!

Happy Listening!

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