I realize you haven't produced the TTR-110 test record for some time but is there a chance that you still have old stock?
Sorry, but the TTR-110 is no longer available. The TTR-110 was introduced in 1973 as a companion to the Shure V15-III phono cartridge. It was a 33 1/3 rpm LP. The contents were:
Band One: Introduction / explanation of the TTR-110 and how to use it.
Band Two: Level, Balance, and Polarity (Phasing) Tests
Band Three: High-frequency mistracking test using orchestral bells
Band Four: High-frequency mistracking test using sibilance
Band Five: Low-frequency mistracking test using a bass drum
Band One: Mid-frequency mistracking test using a violin
Band Two: Music excerpt - "Musik Zum Verlieben", Gunter Kallmann Singers, from "Elizabethan Serenade", Polydor Deutsche Grammophon LP #237310A.
Band Three: Music excerpt - "Orpheus Music", Lee Holdridge, from a private recording commissioned by Shure for a presentation to the Audio Engineering Society
Band Four: Music excerpt - "Mais Que Nada", Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66, from "Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66", A&M LP #SM4116