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The DBX 224X is the one that many prefer to play back DBX encoded LPs.  And, LPs that are DBX encoded do sound more dynamic when played side-by-side with a regular LP.

 

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More details on HiFi Engine, here:  https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/dbx/224x.shtml 

 

Here's the reference to DBX encoded LPs... interesting caution, at the bottom !!. 😉 

 

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I see these 224x units go on Ebay for 50 to 500 bucks..., there's a NIB listed right now, for over 500.  The lower-price units I've found, usually don't work - need lots of service.  A recap helps.

 

If you are looking for LPs that are DBX Encoded, look for ones that have one of two different labels on them that indicates their encoding:

 

DBX 224 Disc/Vinyl Encoder/Decoder (page 1) - Amplifiers - Lenco Heaven  Turntable Forum

 

or

 

Blood, Sweat & Tears – Blood, Sweat & Tears (1980, DBX Encoded, Vinyl) -  Discogs

 

DBX 224 Disc/Vinyl Encoder/Decoder (page 1) - Amplifiers - Lenco Heaven  Turntable Forum

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