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  • The Missing Piano

    "If you've never heard studio quality HiFi, it's time you did." - Nick Mason.


    I have decided to to upgrade my 2 channel system to surround sound, this is one of the reasons why. Pink Floyd, Alan Parsons, and Nine Inch Nails are but a few mixing in 5.1.

    Click full screen when viewing, it is beautiful.

    James Guthrie and Storm Thorgerson talk about the making of the Wish You Were Here SACD. The SACD disc is available from www.acousticsounds.com.

  • #2
    Never thought you would refer to surround as an "upgrade". You must really like the results.
    I shaved my balls for this :salute:

    Denon DVD1920, NAD C352, Hafler XL280 & XL600, B&W 602s3, MiniDSP, CHT 18.T(the duo), Acoustic Research PR1212
    Tama drums, Zildjian cymbals, Jackson & Epiphone guitars, Marshall amps

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    • #3
      Cool
      engtaz

      I love how music can brighten up a bad day.

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      • #4
        Thanks tesseract...:applause:

        Congrats on the 4.1/5.1 system upgrade...SACD sounds amazing in surround.

        Pink Floyd
        Brothers in Arms
        Avalon

        ...just off the top of my head are stunning in multiple channel SACD...:cool:

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        • #5
          Bought a 7.1 AVR, but haven't installed the rear speakers yet, still running 2.1. Someday soon.

          And maybe I'll open up the Blu Ray player that has been sitting on the floor for 5 weeks. :doh! 1: Noticed a David Gilmour concert at Best Buy I'd like to see.

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          • #6
            David Gilmour live in Gdansk Poland would be a good trial. Its simple as far as visual effects but has a fat and smooth low end.
            I shaved my balls for this :salute:

            Denon DVD1920, NAD C352, Hafler XL280 & XL600, B&W 602s3, MiniDSP, CHT 18.T(the duo), Acoustic Research PR1212
            Tama drums, Zildjian cymbals, Jackson & Epiphone guitars, Marshall amps

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