Thanks Sanjay. My observation was more to point out the fact that Sony's website is the official site for dualdisc. Therefore, there is no mention of DVD-A or hi-rez audio! Nothing. The website is nothing more than Sony tooting Sony's horn all over the place. It appears the intent of dualdisc.com is to deliberately mislead and confuse the consumer. It would also appear to be a major conflict of interest. No?
It's strange that the official for Dual-Disc is Sony's. The DVD side of Dual-Disc isn't even spec'd for Sony's SACD, just DVD-Audio and DVD-Video. I guess there's no need, since SACD is already CD compatible. Maybe Sony is shifting priorities from SACD to Dual-Disc?
I don't get it, every Dualdisc released to date with the exception of Sony's are DVD-A. Granted some of them are only 48/24, but they are still quite a bit better then their CD counterpart. But every Warner, Universal and Silverline Dualdisc have had DVD-A on them and a lots of them have been 96/24.
let me guess. You have a denon dvd player and also a denon receiver?
Negative. I guess I don't know what you're referring to.
My point is that Sony's website, the official site for dualdisc, doesn't mention dvd audio. In fact you have to dig a bit to find reference to any other record labels. Up until about May of this year, I could only find Sony/BMG dualdiscs for sale. Yes, the rest are finally releasing some titles, but I believe it was a big mistake to let Sony "own" dualdisc.
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