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It is great to hear discussion about HD-DVD Audio!

Mr. Jero and I were recently invited to attend CES in January. We will be showcasing Alex's work and answering questions along with the HD-DVD Promotions Group. They are very excited to have an artist who is versed in the format, who has titles released in DTS-HD MA, and the experience to demonstrate the new format to artist and producers who are interested.

I am looking forward to CES and to showing talented musicians and artists what is NOW possible. Lack of knowledge is the only reason that more artists are not mastering in 7.1 DTS-HD MA.

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Just came accross DTS website, they are will be featuring big DTS-HD presentation as well:
http://www.dtsonline.com/ces
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Just came accross DTS website, they are will be featuring big DTS-HD presentation as well:
http://www.dtsonline.com/ces

Glad to hear some people still care about high fidelity!
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New HD DVD-Audio titles are comming out in Jenuary-Febuary 2008:

HighDefinitionDigest Report
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My friend just called from CES and told me that HD DVD and Blu-Ray had a biggest presentation on the show and allot of attention was directed to the Music Content, Dolby and DTS was greatly presented as well, Dolby had a great showcase of TrueHD and huge line of people was standing in line to experience it and DTS is giving up Free HD DVD and Blu-ray Samplers of DTS-HD MA featuring movie thrillers and Video Clips.

All and All things are looking very promising.
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For everybody who is following new Surround Music Releases in High Definition I want to mention that Alexander Jero just stated at the QuadraphonicQuad forum that his plans for HD DVD-Audio releases doesn’t change a bit and this year we will see many exiting HD music titles coming from Surround Records.
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Maybe to us nichers, but the cattle have chosen to follow a tic-tac case that plays sub-FM quality digital files...

C'mon, honestly... *smacks head*
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I think no matter who will win in the format war HD technology will continue successfully penetrate the market. And everything that we talk about later in this tread are Not directly depended on will be or not particular technology provider dominate HD market in the future.
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I like how people are pinning their hopes on a niche market OF a niche market, while dvd-audio and sacd have already failed.

lol.

Seriously, I read many of those posts on these forums and go away laughing. Thanks!
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I like how people are pinning their hopes on a niche market OF a niche market, while dvd-audio and sacd have already failed.

There is no reason to reject a fact that this is just a beginning of HD penetration of the market and this niche market will defiantly become a mainstream at the nearest future.
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GREAT NEWS!

Two new Classical Music releases comming out on HD DVD.

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2 Resurrection in 5.1 DolbyTruHD from Euroarts (already announced)

and

Vivaldi - The Four Seasons / Concertos for Double Orchestra - Acoustic Reality Experience in 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
from Surround Records.
Already available at Amazon:
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That is really noticeable about this release that this is the first classical recording in 7.1 lossless audio.
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GREAT NEWS!


Are feet case coming back?
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Are feet case coming back?

Ya, interesting cover,
I would say it is look more like some big studio location then
a concert hall.
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Interesting topic...I would like to see it live on, if not the format itself. I read somewhere on this board that today’s CD's are being "optimized" for the MP3 era. Not hard to believe considering my music collection spans several decades and I have become more frustrated with the evolution of CD's over the years as it relates to the quality of content. A few years back I bought a new computer that had a sound card that was compatible with DVD Audio and I was blown away with the quality of the sample DVD included. The lack of that media type ultimately extinguished any hope to the point that SACD came and left before I did a double take (or maybe it was here first). I'm curious (and hopeful) now that this topic started a few months ago...has there been any encouraging activity with this format? Is DTS-HD MA the preferred (or only) format for HD DVD Audio?
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Even if there was BD-Audio, it would fail. So NO is my personal answer on this. DVD is in virtually in every home, and DVD-Audio went ...nowhere. Nothing is going to change, except for maybe CDs dying in favor of downloads.

So be happy with your CDs knowing that it's likely they will be the last mainstream physical music format you'll ever see.
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Even if there was BD-Audio, it would fail. So NO is my personal answer on this. DVD is in virtually in every home, and DVD-Audio went ...nowhere. Nothing is going to change, except for maybe CDs dying in favor of downloads.

So be happy with your CDs knowing that it's likely they will be the last mainstream physical music format you'll ever see.

I prefer the path of optimism...
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I prefer the path of optimism...

+1 This "Sounds" like something I would buy.
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DVD is in virtually in every home, and DVD-Audio went ...nowhere.

But not every DVD player played DVD-Audio. Every Blu Ray player should be able to play any theoretical BD-Audio discs released.
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But not every DVD player played DVD-Audio. Every Blu Ray player should be able to play any theoretical BD-Audio discs released.

Yes, plus the lag time between the first release of DVD players in the mid '90's and the release of DVD-A around '02. So many people had DVD-V and didn't want to have to buy another player for DVD-A, a few years later.
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Every Blu Ray player should be able to play any theoretical BD-Audio discs released.

What's the resolution of "BD-Audio"?

On second thought, maybe this should be in the BD Forum, not the HD DVD Forum!

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What's the resolution of "BD-Audio"?

On second thought, maybe this should be in the BD Forum, not the HD DVD Forum!

I'm not sure if there is a BD-Audio format in the works, I'm so out of it, but wouldn't it be 7.1 96KHz/24-bit lossless? If so, I'd be all for it.

You're right, though. I forgot where I was...in the HD DVD forum!
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I'm not sure if there is a BD-Audio format in the works, I'm so out of it, but wouldn't it be 7.1 96KHz/24-bit lossless? If so, I'd be all for it.

You're right, though. I forgot where I was...in the HD DVD forum!

Fr: NoCal 2 SoCal:
I thought it would 'just' match the (L)PCM of current BD movie soundtracks.
Thanks, fellow Cali!

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When I 1st saw this thread title, way back when, I thought HD DVD-A "had" to be the "future". Cause it certainly wasn't the HD audio format of yesterday or today.
Now with HD DVD being flushed down the toilet ( and me w/my 100 or so discs ) the future sounds silent.

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But not every DVD player played DVD-Audio. Every Blu Ray player should be able to play any theoretical BD-Audio discs released.

No. Blu-Ray audio is a seperate featureset, called profile 3.0. To date NOT A SINGLE PLAYER supports profile 3.0. No one has even mentioned in passing the remotest interest in developing one.

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No. Blu-Ray audio is a seperate featureset, called profile 3.0. To date NOT A SINGLE PLAYER supports profile 3.0. No one has even mentioned in passing the remotest interest in developing one.

No need for this "seperate featureset" HD DVD Audio model can work for Blu-ray as well.
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