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This has probably been asked before and I tried searching but came up empty.


It there an up to date list of Blu Rays with 24bit audio, I remember a while back there was one for HD DVD's so I assume there is one some place for Blu Rays as well.


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Originally Posted by Socio /forum/post/15482616


This has probably been asked before and I tried searching but came up empty.


It there an up to date list of Blu Rays with 24bit audio, I remember a while back there was one for HD DVD's so I assume there is one some place for Blu Rays as well.


Thanks

see the sticky titled "Unofficial Blu-ray Audio and Video Specifications Thread"


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Just for fun of it I have compiled a list of consumer equipment that can fully resolve 24bit audio. I will add to the list as new devices become available.




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Just for fun of it I have compiled a list of consumer equipment that can fully resolve 24bit audio. I will add to the list as new devices become available.




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I see it includes professional equipment, as well.


By the way, the list of equipment that can resolve 18 bits isn't much longer, either.
 

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Just for fun of it I have compiled a list of consumer equipment that can fully resolve 24bit audio. I will add to the list as new devices become available.




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Where is the list?
 

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Just for fun of it I have compiled a list of consumer equipment that can fully resolve 24bit audio. I will add to the list as new devices become available.




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Did you use MS Excel to keep all of that info organized?
 

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Did you use MS Excel to keep all of that info organized?

No way! Wouldn't want to use Excel for this job, what with its rounding errors and all. Something this important needs a proper database.
 
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