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It's been mentioned in the Amazon pre order thread and the concerts thread, but a lot of people may not read those regularly. From their site www.whypinkfloyd.com some news:

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10.05.2011

Revealed today are details of a huge Pink Floyd release schedule, featuring all the studio albums newly remastered including unreleased music from the archives and collectors' box sets. With three of the major titles coming in three different editions each, there's an edition for every level of fan, from casual enthusiast, to the biggest Floydheads! The comprehensive release schedule kicks off on September 26, 2011, and encompasses CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, an SACD, an array of digital formats, viral marketing, iPhone Apps and a brand-new single-album 'Best Of' collection. Vinyl editions are also in the works for release in due course. We're delighted to bring you details of the remasters, the collection boxset, the best of, and for three of the albums (so far) the three different special editions on offer - Discovery, Experience, and Immersion - and just what to expect for each album. We've also got those important pre-order links, so that you can secure your chosen release(s)...

Good news for anyone who's been waiting for something besides DSOTM to come out in hi res.
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Sweet... well kind of.

Had my hopes up there for a second but it seems only DSOTM and WYWH are the only two getting hi rez releases and then it's Blu Ray only for the Hi Rez. Don't see anything about SACD and the "Hi Rez" on the DVDs is at 640kbps which sounds like Dolby Digital which isn't high rez. Also $130 for the editions that have the Hi Rez is ridiculous.

Oops. WYWH will be on SACD so that's great.

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Get immersed in Pink Floyd's back catalogue, with outtakes, rarities, and more
Written by Matt
Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Revealed today are details of a huge Pink Floyd release schedule, featuring all the studio albums newly remastered including unreleased music from the archives and collectors' box sets. With three of the major titles coming in three different editions each, there's an edition for every level of fan, from casual enthusiast, to the biggest Floydheads!

The comprehensive release schedule kicks off on September 26, 2011, and encompasses CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, an SACD, an array of digital formats, viral marketing, iPhone Apps and a brand-new single-album 'Best Of' collection. Vinyl editions are also in the works for release in due course.

We're delighted to bring you details of the remasters, the collection boxset, the best of, and for three of the albums (so far) the three different special editions on offer - Discovery, Experience, and Immersion - and just what to expect for each album. We've also got those important pre-order links, so that you can secure your chosen release(s)...

BEST OF - "A FOOT IN THE DOOR" - November 7th, 2011
This is a single CD collection featuring a tracklist chosen by Pink Floyd, and featuring newly created artwork from Storm Thorgerson. All tracks remastered by James Guthrie in 2011. The tracks are: Hey You / See Emily Play / The Happiest Days Of Our Lives / Another Brick In The Wall part 2 / Have A Cigar / Wish You Were Here / Time / The Great Gig In The Sky / Money / Comfortably Numb / High Hopes / Learning To Fly / The Fletcher Memorial Home / Shine On You Crazy Diamond (edit) / Brain Damage / Eclipse.

DISCOVERY EDITIONS - September 26th, 2011
Every EMI-released album in the Pink Floyd catalogue will be released as a Discovery edition. All 14 original Studio albums have been painstakingly digitally remastered by James Guthrie, and are reissued with newly crafted packaging and multi-page booklets created by the band's long-time artwork collaborator Storm Thorgerson.

These will clearly be ideal for the more casual fan, and for those who want to explore one or more of the band's albums for the first time. However, if you want them all, you might want to consider...

DISCOVERY BOX SET - September 26th, 2011
This gathers together all fourteen studio albums in their Discovery edition version, into one newly designed box, with a specially designed booklet.

EXPERIENCE EDITIONS
Currently, there are three of the Floyd's albums that have been announced for release as an Experience edition. These present the original studio album, digitally remastered by James Guthrie and reissued with a newly designed Digipak and a new multi-page booklet designed by Storm Thorgerson. However, each also comes with an additional disc as follows:

- THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON Experience edition - September 26th, 2011
Disc two features the November 1974 Wembley concert recording by the BBC of The Dark Side of the Moon.

- WISH YOU WERE HERE Experience edition - November 7th, 2011
Disc two features more from the November 1974 Wembley concert, and contains the following tracks: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 1-6) live at Wembley (2011 mix and previously unreleased)
Raving & Drooling live at Wembley (2011 mix and previously unreleased)
You've Got To Be Crazy live at Wembley (2011 mix and previously unreleased)
Wine Glasses from the unreleased 'Household Objects' project
Have A Cigar alternative version (previously unreleased)
Wish You were Here featuring Stephane Grappelli (previously unreleased)

- THE WALL Experience edition - February 27th, 2012
Disc three's contents are yet to be officially announced.



These editions will prove tempting to those fans who don't go for the Immersion editions...which, as you'll see below, go to new lengths never before seen in Floyd releases!

IMMERSION BOX SETS
These are lavishly packaged editions that come with the same content as the Experience editions, but with additional discs (including various DVDs and Blurays) along with other specially designed goodies within the sturdy boxes...

- THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON Immersion edition - September 26th, 2011
In addition to the remastered album, and the second disc from the Experience edition with the BBC 1974 concert recording of TDSOTM, this edition comes with FOUR additional discs:

DISC 3 – DVD 1, ALL AUDIO: The Dark Side Of The Moon, James Guthrie 2003 5.1 Surround Mix (previously released only on SACD) in standard resolution audio at 448 kbps / The Dark Side Of The Moon, James Guthrie 2003 5.1 Surround Mix (previously released only on SACD) in high resolution audio at 640 kbps / The Dark Side Of The Moon, LPCM Stereo mix (as disc 1) / The Dark Side Of The Moon, Alan Parsons Quad Mix (previously released only on vinyl LP/8 track tape in 1973) in standard resolution audio at 448 kbps / The Dark Side Of The Moon, Alan Parsons Quad Mix (previously released only on vinyl LP/8 track tape in 1973) in high resolution audio at 640 kbps

DISC 4 - DVD 2, ALL AUDIO VISUAL: Live In Brighton 1972: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (previously unreleased on DVD) / Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (previously unreleased on DVD) / The Dark Side Of The Moon, 2003 documentary (25 min EPK) / Concert Screen Films (60 min total): British Tour 1974, French Tour 1974, North American Tour 1975. Screen films play in stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound

DISC 5 – BLURAY, AUDIO+AUDIO VISUAL: The Dark Side Of The Moon, James Guthrie 2003 5.1 Surround Mix (previously released only on SACD) in high resolution audio at 96 kHz/24-bit / The Dark Side Of The Moon, Original stereo mix (1973) mastered in high resolution audio at 96 kHz/24-bit / Live In Brighton 1972: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (previously unreleased on DVD/BluRay) / Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (previously unreleased on DVD/BluRay) / The Dark Side Of The Moon, 2003 documentary (EPK) / Concert Screen Films (5.1 Surround Mix): British Tour 1974, French Tour 1974, North American Tour 1975 / Concert Screen Films (High Resolution Stereo Mix): British Tour 1974, French Tour 1974, North American Tour 1975

DISC 6 - CD3: The Dark Side Of The Moon 1972 Early Album Mix engineered by Alan Parsons (previously unreleased) / The Hard Way (from ‘Household Objects’ project) / Us And Them, Richard Wright Demo (previously unreleased) / The Travel Sequence, live from Brighton June 1972 (previously unreleased) / The Mortality Sequence, live from Brighton June 1972 (previously unreleased) / Any Colour You Like, live from Brighton June 1972 (previously unreleased) / The Travel Sequence, studio recording 1972 (previously unreleased) / Money, Roger Waters’ demo (previously unreleased)

This all comes with a 40 page 27cm x 27cm booklet designed by Storm Thorgerson, an exclusive photo book edited by Jill Furmanovsky, an exclusive Storm Thorgerson Art Print, 5 x Collectors' Cards featuring art and comments by Storm Thorgerson, replica of The Dark Side Of The Moon tour ticket, replica of The Dark Side Of The Moon backstage pass, scarf, 3 x black marbles, 9 x Coasters (unique to this box) featuring early Storm Thorgerson design sketches, and a 12 page credits booklet.

- WISH YOU WERE HERE Immersion edition - November 7th, 2011
In addition to the remastered edition, and the second disc from the Experience edition with unreleased live and studio tracks, this comes with an additional three discs of goodies.

DISC 3 - DVD1, ALL AUDIO: Wish You Were Here, James Guthrie 2009 5.1 Surround Mix (previously unreleased) in standard resolution audio at 448 kbps / Wish You Were Here, James Guthrie 2009 5.1 Surround Mix (previously unreleased) in high resolution audio at 640 kbps / Wish You Were Here, Original Mix (1975) LPCM stereo / Wish You Were Here, Quad Mix (previously released only on vinyl LP/8 track tape) in standard resolution audio at 448 kbps / Wish You Were Here, Quad Mix (previously released only on vinyl LP/8 track tape) in high resolution audio at 640 kbps

DISC 4 - DVD 2, AUDIO VISUAL: Concert Screen Films: Shine On You Crazy Diamond Intro / Shine On You Crazy Diamond / Welcome To The Machine animated clip / Storm Thorgerson short film. Concert Screen Films play in stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound

DISC 5 - BLURAY: AUDIO: Wish You Were Here, James Guthrie 2009 5.1 Surround Mix (previously unreleased) high resolution audio at 96 kHz/24-bit / Wish You Were Here, Original stereo mix (1975) mastered in high resolution audio at 96 kHz/24-bit / Concert Screen films: Shine On You Crazy Diamond Intro / Shine On You Crazy Diamond / Welcome To The Machine animated clip / Storm Thorgerson short film

This set comes with a 40 page, 27cm x 27cm booklet designed by Storm Thorgerson, an exclusive photo book edited by Jill Furmanovsky, an exclusive Storm Thorgerson Art Print, 5 x Collectors’ Cards featuring art and comments by Storm Thorgerson, replica of Wish You Were Here tour ticket, replica of Wish You Were Here backstage pass, scarf, 3 x clear marbles, 9 x coasters (unique to this box) featuring early Storm Thorgerson design sketches, and a 12 page credits booklet.

- THE WALL Immersion edition - February 27th, 2012
In addition to the remastered edition, which has a third disc, the Immersion edition comes with a total of seven discs, with the contents of two of the CDs not yet revealed. The Immersion edition comes with the two-disc Is There Anybody Out There, the live album from the original Wall shows, now fully remastered which should prove a popular move, and a seventh disc (a DVD) with the following:
Another Brick In The Wall part 2 promo video, restored in 2011
Behind The Wall documentary
Gerald Scarfe interview
Short filmed extract of Earls Court concert featuring animation.

This set comes with a 44 page, 27cm x 27cm booklet designed by Storm Thorgerson, an exclusive photo book, an exclusive Storm Thorgerson Art Print, 5 x Collectors’ Cards featuring art and comments by Storm Thorgerson, a replica of The Wall tour ticket, a replica of The Wall backstage pass, a scarf, prints/cards of Mark Fisher's stage drawings, 3 x white marbles with design of bricks, 9 x Coasters (unique to this box) featuring early Storm Thorgerson design sketches, and a credits booklet.



So, as you can see, even just from the announced material found on these sets, they would appear to be superb collections of rarities, and it is great to see that the vaults have finally been raided for unreleased material.

WISH YOU WERE HERE - SACD
For those who have been, for a few years now, eagerly awaiting the SACD of Wish You Were Here, we have the excellent news for you that it is indeed on its way! The 5.1 SACD will be released by Acoustic Sounds, with the mix done by James Guthrie, and produced by Gus Skinas at the Super Audio Center. We will hopefully have the release date along with ordering information for you shortly.

Naturally, as time goes on we'll bring you more detail on all of these, and more, and will be reviewing each edition so that you can decide what (if any!) you'll be purchasing. And on that note...


post #3 of 38
...and joins Roger Waters performance of "The Wall". Nick Mason joins in the finale.

I'm sure there'll be better videos, but this one's hot off the press.

http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/2011-w...n-england.html
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I would love a bluray Live at Pompeii.
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I would love a bluray Live at Pompeii.

Ditto here. I watch the DVD at least once a year. Also, I'd like to see "Pulse" on Bluray, as the long shots on the DVD leave much to be desired. Dunno if the source material is good enough to make a nice Bluray, but I'd sure hope so.
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Ditto here. I watch the DVD at least once a year. Also, I'd like to see "Pulse" on Bluray, as the long shots on the DVD leave much to be desired. Dunno if the source material is good enough to make a nice Bluray, but I'd sure hope so.

Unfortunately, PULSE was shot on standard-def video. But the sound would still benefit.
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Unfortunately, PULSE was shot on standard-def video. But the sound would still benefit.

Gilmore was sad that it was shot on standard def video. It's a great shame it wasn't shot on film, with a wide scope to boot.....BUT, I will get it (if it's released) on blu just for the sound alone! As far as the other announcements, I'm not sure I'm totally sold (yet).
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Gilmore was sad that it was shot on standard def video. It's a great shame it wasn't shot on film, with a wide scope to boot.....BUT, I will get it (if it's released) on blu just for the sound alone! As far as the other announcements, I'm not sure I'm totally sold (yet).

I've got most of the catalog on nicely pressed vinyl. It'll be hard to tempt me, but not to say it won't happen!
post #9 of 38
As noted above in the press release, The Wall will also get the multi-disc/dvd/Blu-ray treatment in 2010.

This of course is great news, but does anyone else think it's a ridiculous waste of resources to duplicate most of the mixes that will be on the dvds on the blu-ray that will be included in the same set(s)? Stranger yet, the 4 channel mixes will be on the dvds but not on the Blu-ray disc.... and don't even get me started on the nearly dead SACD format which I don't understand why they're bothering to use at this point in time.

IMO, a pair of cds - one to present the original remastered album which could be released as a single disc standalone release, a 2nd cd of bonus audio cuts and a single Blu-ray (or 2 dvds in an optional package) featuring the various multi-channel mixes and bonus tracks in say, DTS-MA would be plenty for any fan.

Basically, use Bruce Springsteen's "Darkness On The Edge Of Town" outstanding and elegant deluxe edition as a template.

Also, is there a reason why the pro-shot footage of a complete 1980 "Wall" show (long bootlegged and which can be found on YouTube) is not included with the mega deluxe "Wall" release?
post #10 of 38
I like the idea of the SACD. I still have a player and $20 for a SACD to get high rez music is a lot better than the $130 they're charging for the Blu Ray that has the high rez music.
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I like the idea of the SACD. I still have a player and $20 for a SACD to get high rez music is a lot better than the $130 they're charging for the Blu Ray that has the high rez music.

Don't get me wrong, I love(d) the SACD format and own plenty of outstanding releases from the Rolling Stones to The Jesus And Mary Chain. But here in 2011, it's a superfluous format when the same quality data can be delivered on Blu-ray (or even dvd) with a *lot* more space on the disc to include other audio and video content, not to mention the now-limited number of players available vs BR players. Plus, dual sided SACDs are much more susceptible to damage vs a dvd or br.
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I had no idea there were ever any double-sided SACDs. Are you sure you're not confusing them with DualDiscs?

As for the remasters, I already have the SACD of Dark Side, but I'd welcome the Blu-ray version if I could afford the box at some time. And that SACD of Wish You Were Here sounds like it's good enough for me to want to get. Those "Immersion" boxes are tempting, but may be a bit too much for me to justify the expense.
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I'm far more than a casual fan but I already own the whole catalog and have for over 20 years. Why would I want to buy the CD's again? I would drop $25 or so each on the blu-rays to hear them in HD and would love to hear the old quad mixes... Strange marketing.

Joel
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I had no idea there were ever any double-sided SACDs. Are you sure you're not confusing them with DualDiscs?
You're absolutely correct. I did get the two formats mixed up.
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WYWH will be on SACD so that's great.

Good news, that would be my choice if only one (more) is to be released that way.
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I'm far more than a casual fan but I already own the whole catalog and have for over 20 years. Why would I want to buy the CD's again? I would drop $25 or so each on the blu-rays to hear them in HD and would love to hear the old quad mixes... Strange marketing.

Joel

Well, their long term strategy probably goes - Blu-rays in high dollar sets to wring max $$ out of hardcore fans, wait a year, break up sets and sell BDs separately to clean up the rest of the hi res market.

So some patience will probably get you what you want.
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I'm far more than a casual fan but I already own the whole catalog and have for over 20 years. Why would I want to buy the CD's again? I would drop $25 or so each on the blu-rays to hear them in HD and would love to hear the old quad mixes... Strange marketing.
Joel

That's the same boat I'm in. I'd love to buy the blu-rays to get the high-def stereo and surround mixes but the rest, especially the scarves, marbles, posters, etc., I can leave alone. The extra performances might be interesting or might be so much fluff, similar to the extras packed on re-releases by The Doors, Alan Parsons, Paul Simon, etc. I can't begin to justify the $116 per set just to get those Blu-Rays though. Get them down to $20-25 each though and I'll buy them for just about all the PF releases, despite having owned them all on vinyl and/or CD (plus SACD for DSOTM).
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Well, their long term strategy probably goes - Blu-rays in high dollar sets to wring max $$ out of hardcore fans, wait a year, break up sets and sell BDs separately to clean up the rest of the hi res market.

So some patience will probably get you what you want.
I like to ring in here about the Blu-rays. First...Brandon I'm not harking on you, however from my experience so far, Blu-rays included with these large box packages have not been separated and offered at lower prices.

Sure, I'd love to see this happen, though I think if someone really wants the high resolution Blu-ray, they better start saving up!

Continuing about these large box sets, when it comes to these "included" Blu-rays (that I know of) take the Tom Petty box for example, it includes a high resolution Blu-ray. I waited, and it had never been broke up.

I think what someone can do in a situation like this is to do what another member here has done with his box set. He bought the box, took out the Blu-ray disc and then sold the rest on Ebay.

In my case, I broke down and bought the Tom Petty box just for the Blu-ray and as time goes on, I more and more would love to get rid of all the other stuff that came with it. In my case, I just don't have the time to mess with that right now.

On a good note, I understand that Tom Petty will be releasing some of his albums on just Blu-ray. I don't know if their out yet, though I will be buying those.
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Well, I can't say I've paid close attention to music blu-rays and their marketing, so you're no doubt right. I was going more by how releases of movies tend to go. But the major labels have proven pretty well they are not well grounded in reality, so oh well.

I Still have all my Floyd LPs from the 70s. I'm not likely to spend upwards of $15 for a new version for a bunhc of collectible stuff either, so maybe I'll just end up with the WYWH SACD.
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Well, I can't say I've paid close attention to music blu-rays and their marketing, so you're no doubt right. I was going more by how releases of movies tend to go. But the major labels have proven pretty well they are not well grounded in reality, so oh well.

I Still have all my Floyd LPs from the 70s. I'm not likely to spend upwards of $15 for a new version for a bunhc of collectible stuff either, so maybe I'll just end up with the WYWH SACD.
Man, I don't know about you, but all of the Floyd LP's I've amassed have made me not thirsty for any other format. I've got a Japanese pressed "The Wall", and original Quad "Dark Side of the Moon", and a 1/2 Speed Mastered "Wish You Were Here", amongst others, that float my boat so well.

And when it comes to pulling the CD or the LP off the shelf, the CD only comes out if I'm going to be multitasking and am too lazy or tired to get up every 20 minutes or so.
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On a good note, I understand that Tom Petty will be releasing some of his albums on just Blu-ray. I don't know if their out yet, though I will be buying those.

Damn the Torpedoes is out already and has been well-received.
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And when it comes to pulling the CD or the LP off the shelf, the CD only comes out if I'm going to be multitasking and am too lazy or tired to get up every 20 minutes or so.

Well, that's the thing. I don't have to get up as I rip all my CDs (and now even my SACDs) into my digital library, so I can play anything I own digitally without having to get my tired ass off the couch. With an LP, I have to get up and clean the record twice just to listen to the one album. Gads.

Was shown a good used record store in Tokyo last month with lots of stuff in mint shape for pretty reasonable prices. Replaced my old missing Zeppelin albums with ones in better shape for about $10 a pop. Maybe I'll replace my tired copy of The Wall from there when I go back.
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Well, that's the thing. I don't have to get up as I rip all my CDs (and now even my SACDs) into my digital library, so I can play anything I own digitally without having to get my tired ass off the couch. With an LP, I have to get up and clean the record twice just to listen to the one album. Gads.

Was shown a good used record store in Tokyo last month with lots of stuff in mint shape for pretty reasonable prices. Replaced my old missing Zeppelin albums with ones in better shape for about $10 a pop. Maybe I'll replace my tired copy of The Wall from there when I go back.

For the most part, I put on the LP because "in general" I enjoy the sound better. I probably play LP's 10:1 over little shiny silver discs these days. I don't do any digital copying or computer based audio. In my middle-agedness, I've just decided to pass, though I'm sure I'm savvy enough to learn it all.
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Well, that's the thing. I don't have to get up as I rip all my CDs (and now even my SACDs) into my digital library....

You're ripping the DSD layer?

Amazon pre-orders are up.
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Sort of. Using one of the HDMI de-embedders and my PS3 to transcode the 2 ch DSD to 24/96 and rip that.

I may be as middle aged as you JT. Saw what may be my new motto on a fortune cookie slip yesterday.

"Laziness is just the habit of resting before you get tired."
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How are you playing your 24/96 files? I'd love to know.... I'm using TVersity and I can't get them to work....
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You're ripping the DSD layer?

Use any universal BD or DVD player that converts DSD to PCM, like one of the early PS3 models (or borrow my old Oppo).

HDMI out from the player/transport into a switcher like this, which will separate (de-embed) the audio.

S/PDIF out (optical or coax) from the switcher into a music server or external DAC or your Tact.
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As noted above in the press release, The Wall will also get the multi-disc/dvd/Blu-ray treatment in 2010.

The Wall Immersion Box Set will not include any Blu-rays. The album was never mixed in quadrophonic or 5.1, so the album will only be presented on stereo CD. The additional material includes the complete demo version on 2 CD's, The "Is There Anybody Out There?" live album, and a DVD of concert footage, a music video, and documentaries. No high-res version of the album. And it will be out in Feb. of 2012.
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How are you playing your 24/96 files? I'd love to know.... I'm using TVersity and I can't get them to work....

I play them out of iTunes on my mac over optical into DAC.

Going over a network would be a little more tricky. TVersity probably transcodes, downsamples stuff.

If I stream to my 1G aTV, it converts to 16/48. You'd need something that supports 24/96 (slim device, Roku?). What are you streaming to with TVersity?
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Use any universal BD or DVD player that converts DSD to PCM, like one of the early PS3 models (or borrow my old Oppo).

HDMI out from the player/transport into a switcher like this, which will separate (de-embed) the audio.

S/PDIF out (optical or coax) from the switcher into a music server or external DAC or your Tact.

Exactly the switcher I am using (have not tested it higher than 96K).

Except I put the output into the optical on my mac and record using Audacity, then split up the tracks, convert to 24/96 ALAC and add them to my library.
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