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ok,sacd is dsdregular cd is pcmHow about streaming audio ? And high resolution files ? How do i know what i get/have ?
Resources As of this writing the following manufacturers are offering playback software supporting native playback of DSD files: ChannelD Pure Music: www.channld.com Supports DSD and double-rate DSD on Apple Mac. Audirvana: www.audirvana.com. Supports DSD on Apple Mac. JRiver Media Center 17: www.jriver.com. Supports DSD and double-rate DSD on Windows PC. Merging Technologies Emotion: www.merging.com. Supports DSD and double-rate DSD on Windows PC. Release planned for early 2012. The following labels and artists offer DSD files for download (many more are in preparation): Blue Coast Records: www.bluecoastrecords.com Japan: http://ototoy.jp/feature/index.php/sound_and_recording2L: www.2l.no/hires/index.htmlWheatus: http://wheatus.comDavid Elias: www.davidelias.comSite where various artists and labels offer high resolution recordings for download, including DSD: http://downloadsnow.net
In my short history with native DSD playback of DSD recordings (example Mari Kodama's piano recordings of Beethoven Piano Sonatas on Pentatone SACD, ripepd via custom PS3 method) the leading edge, decay and overall woody impact of great piano is absolutely jaw droppingly realistic. It could very well be that I've just not heard great solo piano natively recorded at 24/92, but so far it takes the cake...easily. I now have almost 400 SACD ISO images ripped.
Gary I have most of hers. My fave to start with is the one that has sonatas 21-26.
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