how to read this sites abbreviations
8MM = Analog video ANA = Analog audio (cassette) APE = Lossless digital audio file CD = Digital audio disc CDR = Recordable digital audio disc DAB = Digital audio broadcast DAT = Digital audio tape D8 = Digital video tape DTV = Digital television DVD = Digital video disk DVDR = Recordable digital video disk FLAC = Lossless digital audio file FM = FM radio broadcast HI8 = Analog video HiMD = Digital audio disc MD = Lossy digital audio disc MDV = Digital video tape MP3 = Lossy digital audio file RA = Lossy digital audio file REEL = Analog audio (reel to reel) SVHS = Analog video TV = Television broadcast VAR = Various sources VHS = Analog video VIN = Vinyl WAV = Lossless digital audio file
MASTER = show that was recorded by me. MASTER CLONE = digital copy of a master tape.
The number after whatever the source of the recording is, means what generation it is. The "(M)" after whatever the source of the recording means "Master". xxx -> xxx means. the source of my copy -> what my copy is
10 = Perfect 9 = Very good 8 = Good 7 = Fair 6 = Poor 5 = Very poor 4 = Horrible 3 = God awful 2 = Unlistenable 1 = Nothing