More on recording and disc copy quality

Back in the day, LP manufacturers were very keen to stand out in the marketplace by emphasising the quality of their music recordings and vinyl copies. This is RCA on their Red Seal label with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra performing the 1812 Overture. We get detailed explanation of the recording hall setting and equipment, and the disc was pressed in their trademarked lighweight Dynaflex vinyl, which was supposed to eliminate disc warping and slippage.

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