The Dave Brubeck Quartet – TIME OUT (Vinyl Sony, AP, SACD, CD, BNF Vinyl, mono, stereo)

Dynamic

Dynamic represents the ability to reproduce a wide range of sounds from the softest to the loudest.

 For the 8 editions Dynamic Range (DR) is as follow:

 Ed1 (vinyl Sony)Ed2 (vinyl AP)Ed3 (SACD AP)Ed4 (SACD Japan)Ed5 (CD)Ed6 (CD collection)Ed7 (BNF Stereo)Ed8 (BNF Mono)
GLOBALDR14DR15DR14DR13DR13DR15DR13DR13
1. Blue Rondo A La TurkDR13DR15DR14DR12DR12DR16DR13DR13
2. Strange Meadow LarkDR15DR15DR15DR14DR14DR15DR13DR13
3. Take FiveDR14DR15DR15DR12DR12DR14DR14DR14
4. Three To Get ReadyDR13DR15DR14DR13DR13DR14DR12DR13
5. Kathy’s WaltzDR14DR14DR14DR14DR14DR14DR12DR13
6. Everybody’s Jumpin’DR14DR16DR15DR14DR14DR15DR13DR12
7. Pick Up SticksDR14DR15DR14DR14DR14DR14DR12DR12

The DRs vary globally from 13 to 15, which is a good dynamic. As a reminder, the scale goes from 0 to more than 20, but the dynamics are considered good from 12, quite good between 10 and 11, and deteriorate below 10.

A low DR deviation (1 or 2) may be due to compression or a different level in the treble.  Both versions with a DR of 13 show signal saturation (clipping).

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