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Jimmy Page has supposedly (no firm confirmation on this) remastered the whole Led catalog and what's to come is reflected in the recently released Mothership. This whole discussion is in part due to the upcoming SHM-CD release of the whole Zep catalog from the 90's remasters. The Mothership tracks are remastered by Jimmy. Interesting. I've been performing my own A/B and the first thing I noticed before I read this was the volume boost. I've been listening using my AKG 701K's which are grail like to me in detail and a dedicated Home HeadRoom amp. My DAC isn't as up to date as others, a Proceed DAP but is good enough I believe to reveal what I'm listening for here. I'm going to continue but I don't get any big eye opener like I get if I listen to say a Dr. Ebbetts needle drop of any Beatles release compared to the EMI version. I wish they would have gone w/a DSD or that Ebbetts would release Zep too.

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