I look at SACDs as the audio equivalent of the Laserdisc. That format
survived several years with a hefty catalogue aimed at a specialty
audience, primarily through mail order.
SACD has been a failure as a mass market item - the discs and players
only appeared in national retail outlets like Best Buy for a few
months before disappearing.
On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 12:28 PM, Roderic G Stephens
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> Tom, you seem to be writing off the SACD as a dying animal. From what we've been seeing on http://www.sa-cd.net/ new releases keep coming, so does that mean that they (the record companies) are getting the message?