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    Jon had a great idea of all of us taking a snap of our collections to post...

    Here is my DVD-A and SA-CD collection on the rack.

    My thanks to all of you who have helped me aquire a lifetime of surround bliss.

    (Considering how much most of your titles fetch, I think it's a good idea if you keep a digital image somewhere just in case).

    Let's see what you have...
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    Here's a picture of my CD collection. I have around 1600 CD's. Over 800 of these discs (the top part of the pic highlighted in red) is my surround collection.

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    Three cheers for Bennos.
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    Here is my hi res collection. They are not sorted by multi/stereo but most are surround. The top row is mostly DVD-A (and things that wont fit the bottom row) and the bottom row is mostly SACD.

    P.S. A few odd non hi-res or surround titles are in there as well so don't be alarmed if you see something that you thought never existed.

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    Just to add to the general jollifications.....
    DVDV.jpgCD-DVDA-SACD.jpgMusicDVD.jpgCD-DVDA.jpg

    From top to bottom:
    1 - Various DVD-V and Blu Ray titles - mainly movies, but not all....
    2 - Main SACD-DVDA-CD stash
    3 - Music DVD only here, all lossy DD/DTS
    4 - Secondary DVDA stash
    Oh well, whatever - nevermind.

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    I see this as a format war thread, either you like DIY or you prefer IKEA.

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    I really enjoy this thread. Will have to get everything back on shelves and get out the camera.

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    I went to a friends house once and he had all his kitchen cabinets filled with record albums. This was before he was married....
    I lean to the IKEA format myself.

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    Last edited by depeche76; 04-01-2011 at 03:02 PM.

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    My small collection is not worthy of this thread!

    I noticed that many people have new/sealed discs in their possession. If they're duplicates, I can understand. But I never understood people "collecting" these discs and not opening and playing them. You can't take them with you!

    Neil and depeche76...you guys are beyond lucky...what an amazing collection!!!!

    I wish I had more time to be able to listen to my small collection, so I can't imagine what you guys go through.

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    Here's where I keep the discs for guests with only two ears and the full picture of where the surround titles are...
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    Quote Originally Posted by quattroatl View Post
    My small collection is not worthy of this thread!

    I noticed that many people have new/sealed discs in their possession... wish I had more time to be able to listen to my small collection...
    It's not a contest. Please share.

    I have a few unopened discs I treat like someone with a vintage wine collection would... a special occasion... as you said, more time.

    (Some of mine look unopened, but most are in protective sleeves).
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    hi, quattroatl, i also have some unopened discs (almost 40% of my collection) because i think the same as filper, and because i haven´t had the time to seat and listen to them, i work as an auditor and it leaves me with little time to realy appreciate a sacd or dvd-a, thats the main reason.

    i started my hobbie on november 2007, when i purchased a ps3 and wanted to know how Dark Side on the Moon sounded in SACD multichannel, the ps3 had the capabilities back then. One thing lead to another, and what once was almost imposible to consider (having more than 500 titles in both formats) is now a reality. I feel more in disadvantage because in Mexico, these formats were almost never released or advertised, nobody knows them to this date.

    This hobbie has changed my life, i always liked music in every kind of format available, but hi-fi music is the greatest way to actually enjoy it. This is not a contest, or a "mine is larger than yours" thing, for a lot of QQ members i know for sure it is a passion and we feel the urge to have a hi-fi disc before them disappear completely or become more difficult to get ($$$$$). That´s why we treasure them and some don´t even want to open a disc.

    keep buying these formats Quattroatl, nothing is imposible.

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    Okay, if this is not a "look how many discs I have thread" then what is it? I'm not trying to rain on anybody's parade. In fact I'm very impressed with these photos. They are awesome. But you guys are way out of my league and there's no point in me posting a photo of my collection.

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    Your opinion is very respectable wavelenght, realy. Honestly sometimes i think the same as you when im showing my discs to someone (i feel like a d.ck). I did it thinking it was cool and because QQ guys are the only ones i can talk to about surround, nothing else, well maybe i also wanted to be in the spotlight for a second, but i understand some people around here doesn´t need to prove anything to anyone. But also, this is a website (forum) to share something.......
    Have a nice day. i guess somethings in life relies on diversity....

    Seeing neil wilkes pictures, i wish i could be in that room taking a look in first person..... you have stuff to not be bored for a 1,000 years.....LOL Is spectacular ĦĦĦĦĦĦ

    Personally i would like to thank a lot of members, cause even they don`t know, a lot of comments have proven to be helpful to me and all the information shared here has been invaluable, also i have got some discs from them.

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    Yes, I am an IKEA (especially the discontinued "STEN"/cheap shelves) one...
    I only have ONE shelf with my surround stuff...
    BUT, nevertheless, I am NOT ashamed of my small collection, which I cherish and enjoy immensely.
    I only buy stuff I like and will listen to...
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    QQ's motto: "Size doesn't matter" (unless you are talking number of channels)
    :-jon

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    I really enjoy seeing these pics - my collection isn't shelved into a neatly arranged display - I wish that it was. I tend to "Hot-Disc" quite a bit (I made up that term - it's when you leave discs, without their cases nearby, on top of or in the player and they soon get separated, leaving you with a stack of empty cases and a stack of discs that are just too much bother to put all back in order - gee, I hope I'm not the only one who does that - the only thing I don't Hot-Disc are LaserDisc's and MCA DiscoVision)

    Anyway, everyone keep posting pictures - it's fun to see. Do any of you set up parts of your system/software like it's a retail display at some high-end A/V shop? I often do - I recently had my Fosgate Tate 101A and Shure 5300 off to the side, apart from the other equipment, with both the Fosgate and Shure cut-sheet's displayed in clear Plexiglas frames on top and a few brochures next to that in a "Take One" fashion. The LaserDiscs of "Dolby Technologies & How They Work" and David Bowie: Serious Moonlight were on a little 'lip' type shelf on the wall directly behind the decoders with a "Now Playing" sign above them. I know it's probably really stupid to do, but as a kid I wanted to own a high-end A/V store SOOO badly, so I'm now getting to at least "play" at it. My parents owned a video rental store in Abq, NM, called "Video Etc." and I used to take my Fosgate Tate in and play the ABBA DiscoVision video's in the Fosgate's Surround mode - people were blown away by it and were always stunned when I told them you couldn't get a Tate new anymore. Queen Greatest Flix was also a big hit in the store in Surround. We didn't sell equipment or rent LaserDisc's or CED VideoDisc's - we only rented VHS & Beta and had a small selection of LP's to rent, when that was still legal!

    As part of my crazed "collector" mentality, I did manage to keep quite a few things from the rental store, like the 1981 catalogs from Warner and 20th Century Fox when they were going to a 'rental only' model and planning on stopping ALL video tape sales - I have a "rental only" Beta of Star Wars and Taps and a Warner "Rental Only" of Excalibur, plus a Fotomat catalog for their video rental library: they had Paramount movies before Paramount even had their own VHS/Beta home video label. Does anyone remember The Videophile Newsletter?

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    Disclord, would be cool to see a picture of your system in retail display mode.

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    My collection wouldn't be a very exciting sight. I've gotten rid of most of my jewel boxes in recent years, keeping only albums released in interesting packaging. All my music's categorized and alphabetized in binders at this point, with several rather large "hot disc" (stolen from above) piles all over the place of discs that need to be filed away. I don't keep surround separately but, rather, indexed with the stereo versions of each album. I'd also say that a good 80-90% of my surround collection is homebrew and not retail. Probably makes for a bigger collection that most, but most of you don't want to see a bunch of scribbled-on blank discs. I lost count at about 3,000 discs or so as to how much music I own. I'd assume I'm closer to 4,000 at this point....and that doesn't include music that sits on an HD and not physical disc. Yup.....pictures would be pretty useless and messy.

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    OK here's my collection. Stereo CD's on the right, Hi-res and multichannel on the left.


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    The top two rows are DVD-A & DTS/DD, separated according to jewel case size. The next two shelves are primarily SACD. Followed by some great Quad conversions, and concert Blu-ray/DVD-V.

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    Not exactly surround but there are a few SQ LP's in here;

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    The wife say's I should have dusted first.

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    Nice cabinetry. Love the oak. Collection is nice too.
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    Here's one of my shelves of DVD's that has both movies and DVD-Audio and SACD-to-DTS HD Master BD-A's. We have four other shelves the same size - our local library participates in Inter-Library Loan at absolutely no cost to us, allowing US-wide searches of other libraries and to submit borrow requests. Via that, I've managed to find discs that I thought I'd never otherwise get a chance to see. We have our own criteria to decide if we will ultimately own a cloned DVD/CD/DVD-A or an actual retail copy - it's availability. If the desired disc is easily available, at a not-unfair price, I'll buy it every time. But if it hasn't been available for years, or was released then deleted from the catalog/recalled, I have no problems with owning a cloned copy - it's not like the original artist gets any of the money that changes hands when a disc is sold second-hand. And I don't try to sell copies on the net or anything, so no one is out any lost royalties.

    I bought DVD X-Copy to make backup copies on my Sony Vaio tower back when X-Copy was legally available from Best Buy and other retailers, and it's been one of our most used computer programs - remember, the owner of DVD X-Copy sued the studios to try and force them to give their blessing to his program?

    A few years earlier, in October 2000, we got the first DVD-R/RAM stand-alone consumer recorder offered in America, the Panasonic DMR-20 - I still use it to convert composite LaserDisc signals to Component for viewing on our HDTV because the DMR-20 has correct NTSC decoding with wide-band I/Q axis color decoding and an amazing 3D digital comb filter. It's weird to think back that we paid $6 per blank DVD-R in a 5-pack spindle from Apple (because only Apple DVD-R's were consistently reliable and didn't end up as coasters) and blank DVD-RAM's in a cartridge were almost 10 bucks each. But at least those could be re-recorded or used in a "Tivo-like" manner to watch/pause/rewind 'live' television. I think Panasonic has kept that capability in their home DVD-RAM units. A friend who is also a member of the QQ forum, Greg (Wunlow) repaired films to correct problems, like lack of a stereo soundtrack on the home video release, and in return, I made first generation DVD-R's for Greg of some super, super rare VHD VideoDisc's that my partner imported for me from Tokyo. It's amazing how the Japanese always managed to get huge numbers of titles (of American films, like JAWS 3D in true Field-Sequential 3D) that would never see the light of day here.

    Anyway, here's the DVD movie + some DVD-Audio shelf:

    At last count, about 2 years ago, we had over 6000 DVD's, most of them being retail purchased copies. Our MCA DiscoVision collection is just about complete - MCA released around 200 titles on the DiscoVision label before they shut down and so far, I've managed to collect around 180 of them, including one-off test pressings from 1975 that still play perfectly on a 'modern' LaserDisc player. Our main LD collection is around 1200 titles and about 500 RCA CED VideoDisc's - 50 JVC VHD Video Disc's from Japan (around 10 are 3D) and the 3D VHD player + LCD shutter glasses for them, perhaps 800 LP's and maybe 200 SQ albums - 100 or so DAT's, maybe 200 MiniDisc's with about 50 of those being pre-recorded. I have some prototype Philips DCC format digital tapes - oh, and a few prototype, pre-DVD format, Toshiba SD - Super Density disc pressings of films like Executive Decision as well as a Warner music video sampler on SD disc. I have no idea what is going to happen to all of this when I die. Maybe I can 'will' all of the stuff to the QQ forum - I'm not kidding, I really want it to go somewhere where it will be appreciated and others can get use out of it - I would HATE to know it was simply going to the highest bidder.

    Here's two pages from that awful Warner Brothers "Rental" catalog I mentioned

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    wow, extremely educational post from disclordĦĦĦĦĦ i never heard before about discovision or lcd shutter glasses from the pastĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ Thank you for this.

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    Everyone has a different storage method so it's hard to compare collection sizes in pure numbers from these pictures (not that it matters....every collection is valuable and important regardless of numbers).

    My shelves are such a mess, especially the hi-rez area, that a picture would be pointless right now.
    This thread gives me the impetus to "clean it up" to see what my 400 or so look like in an organized fashion.
    Then I'll post a picture

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