you can turn on radio instead no need to spend money.
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Thanks M. I was browsing at a local CD store at lunch today and picked up a used DCC Gold copy of L. A. Woman (Steve Hoffman) for $30. Holy smokes this is nice! Exactly what I was hoping for. I think I will stop hunting now anyway. Killed my own thread before it even got started! While there I also picked up a used Audio Fidelity (again, Steve Hoffman) release of Deep Purple, "Who Do We Think We Are", for $20. More good quality audio from SH. Woo-hoo!
Rja - Yes, thanks! I know! I am a lucky dog for sure. Woof-woof! Perhaps I'll hang onto it for 10 years and sell it when I need a new car ;^)
Mgattmch - No, have not heard the original CD release. I will if ever given the opportunity. Thanks!
Geoffkait - Are you speaking of the 40th Anniversary release of the Analogue Productions release? Compared to the 40th Anniversary release, this DCC Gold projects a more relaxed, natural sound. I found the 40th Anniversary release to be a bit too edgy and slightly thin to my ears. Clean and clear for sure, but too "digital" for me.