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Why - Channel 5 (2) - Channel 5 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Channel 5 - The Colour Of A Moment at Discogs. Complete your Channel 5 collection/5(32).
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  3. May 30,  · Hello, It means that the channels are unbalanced. In other words, the right channel has too much resistance. Working backwards, check the output to the speakers using a reference signal (in the old days it was a tone of 1mV at 1kHz at the line in).
  4. I use SLs. My Ortofon Elektro Concordes were otherwise excellent but a db imbalance made them less good for ripping. For archiving I didn't want to adjust balance on my mixer or channel gain in s/w as there could be a resultant tonal difference due to the inevitable adjustment in any background noise from the vinyl & turntable.
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  7. Mar 05,  · Since the conventions of disc recording dictate that the right stereo channel is recorded in the wall of the groove closest to the edge of the record, and the left channel in the wall closest to the centre, it is clear from the micrographs that it is the right audio channel which is .
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