On 07/11/2012, Roderic G Stephens wrote:
> At our neighborhood Costco, Sony Blue-Ray theater audio sound systems
> still include the SACD format, so if that kind of customer is into
> that kind of multi-channel/speaker big sound and willing to pay for
> it, perhaps they can sustain the SACD as a result. As a SACD lover,
> I'm glad the hits keep coming, but yes, I finally got rid of my
> Laser-disks too when the player died. But, from what I see, the
> standard CD is still viable because of the ease of playing for older
> listeners just as the cassette lasted for the same reason.
It would be best if the SACD was replaced by Blu-Ray Audio discs, as
there are far more Blu-Ray players in homes than there are SACD players.
Naxos are selling Blu-Ray Audio. I don't know who else is.
I think Tom may be underestimating the number of people who have some
kind of surround sound setup in their living rooms.
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