This is the description provided at the Acoustic Sounds website:
This HDAD+ package contains two discs, one is a two-sided DVD-10 containing two channel 24 bit/192
kHz data and three-channel 24 bit/96 kHz data on one side, playable on DVD Audio players, and on the
other side two channel 24 bit 96 kHz data and three channel Dolby AC-3, playable on DVD video
players. The second disc included is a standard two-channel CD containing 16 bit/44.1 kHz data
playable on all CD and DVD players. Transferred directly from the original 35mm three-track film by
Bernie Grundman from Bernie Grundman Mastering and Len Horowitz from History of Recorded Sound at
Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood.
None of my DVD players can do the 192/24 playback, but they all can do the 3-channel DVD-Audio
playback. Any DVD player should do the Dolby AC-3 playback and the second disc is a standard
2-channel Red Book CD. I assume the 3-2 mixing was done by Bernie Grundman with Mike Hobson
providing direction or input. I think 35mm playback was one Len Horowitz's Westrex machine, not sure
through what electronics. My guess is that they played the films at least twice because it seems a
lot to be cutting vinyl records and making digital masters at the same time.
-- Tom Fine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carl Pultz" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Everest 3-channel DVD-A discs discounted in a bundle
> Tom, do you have any of these, or others in this format? Can you play them
> through foobar? I don't have a DVD-A player.
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Everest 3-channel DVD-A discs discounted in a bundle
> I noticed this part of Acoustic Sounds' "Sale of the Century."
> That's $15 per 2-disc set (each has a DVD-Audio disc and a regular 2-channel
> Does anyone know for a fact if there were more titles than these 17
> collected here?
> -- Tom Fine