I found that one as well and downloaded it to check the contents). Translation of the contents:
Transfer and recovery: 2009
Total Duration: 36 '+ 37' = 73 '
Sound: 4.0 LPCM 24/96 + 4.0 LPCM 24 / 44.1
Graphics: NTSC 480p 16: 9
REMEMBER THE FUTURE
Original soundtrack: Original Bacillus quad master copy 15 inch / s (original discrete mix, NOT matrix, not edited)
Transfer audio output stream: 4.0 LPCM 24/96
DOWN TO EARTH
Original track: SQ-CD Bellaphon 09/09/006 (first press)
Type of Edita: 24bit quadraphony restoration
Audio Output Stream: 4.0 LPCM 24 / 44.1
Remember the Future - direct LP transfer, a small correction of high-frequency noise of the tract.
Down to Earth - decoded from SQ-CD to 4.0 24bit using an Adobe script, fixed matrix phase error, no-noise correction (Sonic Solution). Upsampling was not performed, carrying 44.1kHz.
Nuance: the graphics are not anamorphic, on some TVs the autoformat fools, but in "16: 9" everything works correctly.
Gag: Remember the Future - one of the most beautiful prog-rock albums of the 70s and one of the most interesting quad-mixes. Tried to match ...
Contents of the torrent: iso image for recording by any program in image mode.
Compatible with DVD-A players and software supporting format: full.
So RTF is an LP transfer from a quad mix (the first LPs were quad mixes).
The DTE 289.09.006 is a regular CD, the first CD re-issue. SQ? Can CDs contain a quad mix?