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Rare SACD 5.1 Sampler - New Sound Experience

fizzywiggs41

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I think it's the same sampler that's on the Sony Sacd's section of hraudio.net.
 

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yes, its fairly uncommon I think?
I found my copy on eBay also (£21 GBP, October 2013). afaik it's a Dutch release, a sampler/compilation of Universal and Sony 5.1 tracks, nothing unique to the comp iirc, Jamie Cullum, Bob Dylan, Toto, Marvin Gaye, EJ, a couple of European artists etc.. but its nice to have and pretty to look at :giggle:
 

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Thanks. I must be losing it. My SACD from Blue Note Records is stereo/multi as well.
 

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Thanks. I must be losing it. My SACD from Blue Note Records is stereo/multi as well.
Well, this just sent me down a rabbit hole. Apparently the Blue Note SACD version of Come Away With Me was from a 16/44.1 PCM master. At least the stereo version was. So to be on the safe side, I now have to hunt down the AP version(out of stock).
 
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