The greatest sensation of the music world!
4 Channel Dimensional Stereo
own some QUADRAPHONIC recordings.
You don't have all that vintage QUAD equipment to play back your
What to do?
We bring QUAD to the 21st century!
Enter Dolby Digital and DTS, multi-channel formats used
in movie theaters and many Home Theater installations. We
convert your QUAD recordings to a Dolby Digital (AC-3) or DTS encoded
CD. You place the CD in your DVD (or CD) player, and
suddenly you are transported into another world: the world of
multi-dimensional surround stereo.
Sure, you've experienced explosions and
spaceships that move in 3D all around you at the movies.
But if you have never heard a QUAD recording, you have never
experienced the unique sensation of being completely immersed in
music. (Old QUAD enthusiasts know exactly what I am talking
about. . .)
Some day all recordings will be multi-channel.
We are not there yet. You can wait, then
when the technology gets here, you can spend the big bucks to be
one of the first to acquire it. Or, you can get all that
today, with existing technology and equipment.
What you need to be able to enjoy your QUAD
- A DVD player equipped with a built-in
Dolby Digital or DTS decoder connected to a "home theater"
- A DVD player connected to a "home theater"
integrated decoder (Dolby Digital or DTS) and multi-channel amplifier
- A CD player with digital output, connected to a
"home theater" decoder (Dolby Digital and DTS) and a multi-channel amplifier
Are you scared by the words "home
Yes, it sounds expensive. 10 years ago it was expensive. .
. Not any more. . .
Best Buy sells complete "home theater"
units (including speakers) for REALLY low prices!
Even Costco has joined the
"home theater on a shoestring budget" game. You
can get your complete setup from Costco next time you go to buy
soda and paper towels.
Please write to email@example.com
if you find any other outlets for low price "home
theater" setups. We will publish your find on this
The message below is
updated each time there is a change in the status of our service.
If you wonder if we are in business, the answer is: Yes we are, and this
is the status of our service:
: Operating at 100% - Please read below important
order to provide an updated user experience and easier ordering, we are
in the process of transitioning this site with its audio and video
services to our main company site at LP2CD.com.
We encourage our established clients as well as our new customers to
start using the LP2CD.com site.
Shortly after the transition is completed, this site will go off
line. Please change your bookmarks and other records (email
address, etc.) to point to the LP2CD.com
We thank all our clients for your amazing support (we are very
grateful!) as we are continuing to provide the same (or better!) level
of service at the more modern site at LP2CD.com!
All the best,
Cristian Coban, Ph.D.
President, CVC Productions
players do not play audio CD-R's
How to tell if your DVD player (or the player
you plan on buying) plays audio CD-R's
The most reliable method:
send $4 for our "DVD Player and Dolby Digital
and DTS Test CD". We'll send you the CD. If it plays on
your machine, you know all our conversions will play just
fine. If it doesn't play on your machine, you may be able
to get a very cheap unit that will play audio CD-R's. Take
the Test CD to any retailer and ask them to play
the CD. If it plays, Bingo! You found your
Less reliable methods:
look in the DVD player manual (or ask Technical Support of the manufacturer,
or the retailer) if the player will play audio CD-R's
(that is, audio CD-recordables). Unless you see it printed
in the manual, this is less reliable than the "Test
CD" because unfortunately some tech support people do not
know all the capabilities of their machines. Even worse,
many salespeople have no idea what an audio CD-R is and
their answer is a guess (I guess they do, ma'am).
Right. . .
Pioneer DVD Players: we have tested a
number of DVD players. One brand played audio CD-R's across
all models: Pioneer. If you are unable (or unwilling) to
go around testing DVD players, get a Pioneer DVD player.
It is a very good brand and all the models we tested played