On 04/07/06, Goran Finnberg wrote:
> Why invest in something costing a small fortune if the returns are
> small indeed.
>> I think but do not know for a fact that most new (ie
>> not reissue/remix) SACD's are made all-DSD from the start.
> This cannot be taken for granted.
> A SACD disk may come from any available source including 44.1/16 if
> that's the only thing available to the record company.
> It's all about the content, ie music, and the carrier whether it is
> SACD or 44.1/16 CD is of very little concern to anybody.
That is a strange statement.
On that basis, all anyone needs is cassette quality, or an old scratched
reissue LP on a bargain label.
The accuracy of the information on the carrier is very important. It
determines whether you can hear the details of the orchestration, or the
phrasing and expression of a pianist, or the vocal expression of a
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