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It’s always been obvious that the Classical genre has kept SACD going for all these years. Perhaps a few added comments at the end of that blog in support of Dutton Vocalion would help for exposure sake; or would it just be preaching more to the choir 🤔
 

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I did appreciate the data dive at the end. I guess I had no idea about that Yes SACD box.
 
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