User Details - Jed


  Jud McCranie
  Software developer (applications for Windows). Amateur musician. Music lover.
  Brunswick, GA, USA
  Main system (dedicated music room, the only one that plays SACDs, all 2-channel stereo):

Sony SCD-C2000ES CD/SACD player
Adcom GFP-715 preamp
Adcom GFA-5400 power amp
Paradigm Studio 100 v2 speakers (pair)
Musical Fidelity X-cans headphone amp
Beyerdynamic DT 880 headphones
Sony MDR-V7 headphones

and a bunch of other stuff - mostly recording equipment, TEAC X700R reel to reel, TEAC 2340 4-channel reel to reel, Sony MD deck, Technics turntable (rarely used), JVC cassette deck (rarely used), mixers, mikes, etc

plus a small office system and a system hooked up to the TV and DVD-video.

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Latest Posts

May 6, 2005
The first two UK albums were twin track - vocals on one side, instruments on the other, for the most part. Then they used 4-track up through part of the white album. But often they used more than one 4-track and mixed and bounced, etc. ... more
May 6, 2005
I didn't state it, but I think that only hundreds is an inpediment to the large-scale acceptance of SACDs. DSOTM is so popular that I thought that a lot more people would jump on the SACD bandwagon. As far as the Beatles, I think that something like that would go a long way, but I may be wrong, given the results for DSOTM. SACD isn't going to ... more
Reviews....How Short ...or...How Long?
May 5, 2005
It seems to me that for old recordings, there ought to be a distinction between the original sound quality and how well the SACD represents what is on the tape. ... more
May 5, 2005
This is a quote from the MusicDirect catalog, about Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" SACD: "... over 30 million copies of this album have been sold ... The news of this reissue was literally enough to force hundreds of audiophiles to rush out and buy an SACD player!" 30 million copies sold, and only hundreds of people got an SACD player ... more
What ever happened to Steely Dan
April 25, 2005
Great! Since that statement was so recent, it is probably going to happen. ... more