hey Jon, it's not an issue of format but approach of the industry to.Every once in a while, when I really want to get pissed off at something, I read the article in Post #1 and just get totally annoyed.
I HATE DUAL-DISC AND EVERYTHING IT STANDS FOR AND DID TO SACD/DVD-A.
What bothered me the most was thathey Jon, it's not an issue of format but approach of the industry to.
at that time DualDisc really was more convenient and acceptable for mass market than SACD respectively.
sadly so much promised "advanced resolution" mainly were stereo at 48/16 or surround in DD.
add to this for most part a use for such "advanced resolution" simple upsampled audio stream, prepped for CD,
with all typical compression and normalization (a la loudness) and you have everything in place for guaranteed failure.
after all, let's be honest, pretty much same approach was to DVDAs and SACDs. in best case of comparison, improvement
of the sound on DVDA/SACD over CDs can be put in ratio 50/50.