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Posted: 13 Mar 05, 15:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

At this rate it'll take 20 odd years for Queen to release their full catlogue on DVD A 5.1.

REM (or their audio engineers) did it practically one go, so why can't Queen?

Does Brian have to be present at every single new re mix? Can't he delegate?



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Posted: 13 Mar 05, 19:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ms. Farenheit wrote:

...Also I have heard that in order to tell the difference you need a really really good sound system. ...


I have this very simple home theather, a very cheap one, and the Queen DVD-As sound awesome. There is an enourmous difference in the sound. Go buy them! :)

Cheers,

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Posted: 13 Mar 05, 22:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ms. Farenheit wrote:

I reallt don't like DVDA because it is not as practical as CD. The only thing that can play DVDA is a DVD player.


I'm not going to say that dvd is available in every home. But since it's release, dvd players have become almost as common as having a cd player. The reason to jump to dvd-a is that it holds a better sound and as ogre knew above, they sound excellent.

Ms. Farenheit wrote:

Also I have heard that in order to tell the difference you need a really really good sound system. I don't think DVDA is that marketable now either


A myth if ever I heard one. I've listened on a tv, computer speaker system, my studio speakers and even my brothers expensive hi-fi. They all sound different. But what you can't say, is that an equivalent cd sounds the same or better.

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Posted: 14 Mar 05, 16:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Errr....DVDs are restricted because they can only play on DVD players?????

Have you ever tried putting a cassette in your CD player? The SAME PRINCIPLE APPLIES.

Except, a DVD player CAN play CDs.

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Posted: 14 Mar 05, 16:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yep... agree with the above. Even on a cheapie system they sound fantastic. although ADATR was announced as the next DVD-A - no time scale was mentioned... we could be in for a long wait.