XLO Reference Recordings Test & burn-in CD released in 1995. This is the step-by-step guide to setting up and fine-tuning your audio system. Roger Skoff of XLO Electric and “Prof.” Keith O. Johnson lead you through a quick and easy system set-up. Album included are tracks dealing with Balance, Wiring and Polarity, Speaker Placement, Soundstaging, Imaging and Depth, Absolute Phase, Component Demagnetization and Burn-In.
- Track 1 Stereo Channel Identification and Channel Balance
- Track 2 In-phase; Track 3 Out-of-phase
- Track 4 “Clap Track” for Acoustical and Loudspeaker Evaluation
- Track 5 215 Hz. System Setup and Balance Tone
- Track 6 Prof. Johnson Does Something Spatial
- Track 7 Demagnetizing Sweep
- Track 8 Low Frequency Demagnetizing Fade
- Track 10 MONO, In Phase
- Track 11 MONO, Out of Relative Phase
- Track 12 STEREO, Out of Absolute Phase
- Track 13 STEREO, Absolute Phase Correct. “Stormy Weather,” complete performance Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler
- Track 14 “Shiny Stockings” HDCD Frank Foster Bob Lark / DePaul University Jazz Ensemble I with Michael Stryker (piano) and Brian Culbertson (trombone)
- Track 15 Morton Gould: Derivations for Clarinet and Band, “Rag” movement; John Bruce Yeh (clarinet) / Bob Lark / DePaul University Jazz Ensemble I
- Track 16 Janacek Sinfonietta, The Queen’s Monastery” Jose Serebrier / Czech State Philharmonic from RR-65, with Janacek Taras Bulba and Lachian Dances
- Track 17 Biebl: Ave Maria, The Turtle Creek Chorale / Timothy Seelig from The Times of Day, RR-67, including “Die Tageszeiten” by Richard Strauss
- Track 18 Weinberger: “Polka and Fugue” from Schwanda the Bagpiper Frederick Fennell / Dallas Wind Symphony / Paul Riedo, organ from Pomp & Pipes!.
Just playing this disc will improve the sound of your stereo or home theater system.
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- LabelReference recordings
- Release date1995
- FormatFlac 16bit/44.1kHz