Neo Stereo - Music (Feel It!) flac album
Title: Music (Feel It!)
Style: Deep House
MP3 album: 1422 mb
FLAC album: 1732 mb
Other formats: AHX RA MPC AA DXD FLAC VOC
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D-Stereo – Neo (Prod. 0. Ambitious and Gifted singer-song writer, D-Stereo arrived on the scene with a Hybrid R&B song he called Nalema and since then he has never looked back. Still going strong with his new afropop oriented sound, D-Stereo follows up his previous releases with a song called Neo produced by his regular collaborator – T-Sean.
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Surround sound processing for stereo music has been around since the early ‘70s and it even survived the quadraphonic era. With surround sound decoding technologies like DTS:X and Dolby Atmos today's 3D sound technologies are, putting it mildly, spectacular! If you have recently upgraded your system, this might be a good time for you to try some of your stereo recordings in surround soun. ecently I wa. .
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I Use these for surround, I also have Klipschorns in the rear for surrounds but it seems for music 2 ch stereo is best. I have 3 Lascalas across the front. My reciever has lots of different modes, 5ch stereo, Neo 6, DPL 2 etc. It seems that I like plain stereo better than any other format. I've yet to get excited by "Neo" anything.