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humprof

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I already have everything here, but this is a really nice collection for someone interested in classical generally who wants an assortment: LOT OF 9 SACD's Mahler Brahms Schubert Mozart Ameling Kubelik ALL EXCELLENT! | eBay

(actually, it's over half Mahler, but still nice - a lot of good stuff there).
Two questions for you, @ubertrout , if you're willing:
  • Any opinions on either the performances or the sonics of any of the Mahlers (compared to others that you like better, for instance?)
  • I know that (parts of) the "Living Stereo" series have been reissued on SACD in 2-channel and 3-channel versions, depending. What do you know about these two titles?
 

Kal Rubinson

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The Munch/BSO disc is 3-channel.
The Reiner/CSO is split with the CfO in 2-channel and the MfSPC in 3-channel.
The Mahlers are all good although not toop-of-the-heap. What I think of as interesting alternatives.
 

Simon A

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I do not wish to threadcrap, but there's another seller offering sealed Classical titles from the Classic Records HDAD DVD-A series at excellent prices (Buy It Now - between $7.99 and $11.99). These are Stereo titles but they're still excellent deals for superb sounding releases.

 
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