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Is there any 96/24 music out? If so where and how do you find it?


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Of course there is. And all you need to play it is a $225 Pioneer DV525 DVD player (some of the other Pioneer DVD players will work too), a $10 digital interconnect (Toslink on the Pioneer, if I recall correctly) and a 24/96 capable DAC. MSB makes an inexpensive one and you can go all the way up to a Levinson, Wadia or Accuphase if you want to spend the price of a decent motorcycle. By the way, be sure to select 24/96 output on the Pioneer. You'll know you've got it right when the DAC's 24/96 icon lights.

For music, try or or I particularly recommend the Patricia Barber CD and most definitely the Rebecca Pidgeon DVD entitled "Four Marys." But I tend to favor female vocalists.

A couple of the Chesky 24/96 disks even have video to go with the audio.

Good luck.

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