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Will listen to later mate using the E17 as the dac.

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I can only imagine how good that will sound!!! My patience is wearing even thinner!
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ah Metallica, another great band from younger generation rock. I recommend you try to find their live show with symphonic orchestra, really worth, have a few songs from that, godly. black album is by far the best. heavy but great music. i am on freaking iPad and Youtube version is one bog sh*t, i found that video on internet but youtube search in apple app refuses find this while normal web version does not load. so do search yourself, you will be amazed.

ah, forgo to mention this was recorded with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
Edited by Gintaras - 7/20/13 at 5:55pm
post #424 of 765
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If yuo don't mind, what's the name of the little amp you've got connected to the SD3's?

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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

ah Metallica, another great band from younger generation rock. I recommend you try to find their live show with symphonic orchestra, really worth, have a few songs from that, godly. black album is by far the best. heavy but great music. i am on freaking iPad and Youtube version is one bog sh*t, i found that video on internet but youtube search in apple app refuses find this while normal web version does not load. so do search yourself, you will be amazed.

ah, forgo to mention this was recorded with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.

I have the live in FLAC and I confirm realy worth wink.gif

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Will listen to later mate using the E17 as the dac.

 

I know this is not your kind of music, but you can still listen to this recording quality, the SD3 do justice to the work invested by the band.

post #428 of 765
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black album is by far the best. 

LOL, not if you like real metal. That album was the beginning of the end!

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LOL, not if you like real metal. That album was the beginning of the end!
What is "real" metal?
(I knew that somebody had to make a comment like this....)
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That was meant slightly tongue in cheek, though only slightly - listen to Master of Puppets, then listen to the self-titled to see how much they lost in terms of creativity, individuality and intensity.

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LOL, not if you like real metal. That album was the beginning of the end!

 

is this sarcasm? rolleyes.gif

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That was meant slightly tongue in cheek, though only slightly - listen to Master of Puppets, then listen to the self-titled to see how much they lost in terms of creativity, individuality and intensity.
Yeah okay, that is true. They kind of lost their spirit.
S&M is still a very good album IMO.
The whole orchestration is executed flawlessly. And they only played the good 'ol songs there ;-)
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is this sarcasm? rolleyes.gif

No, not this time...

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I know this is not your kind of music, but you can still listen to this recording quality, the SD3 do justice to the work invested by the band.

I still haven`t listened yet! Rough night lol

 

I am a firm believer that there is a track and maybe an album in every genre that someone will like regardless of what your favorite genre is. I am eclectic and just as happy listening to Mozart`s Requiem as well as Noisia.

 

I used to have Metallica "And Justice for all and (one) as my fav)" on vinyl and even a WASP picture disc (Would have probably got a couple of quid for it today).

 

Anyway, I will be listening later today as I will have free time and will let you know my thoughts through the SD3.

:-)


Edited by Sinth - 7/21/13 at 3:24am
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

ah Metallica, another great band from younger generation rock. I recommend you try to find their live show with symphonic orchestra, really worth, have a few songs from that, godly. black album is by far the best. heavy but great music. i am on freaking iPad and Youtube version is one bog sh*t, i found that video on internet but youtube search in apple app refuses find this while normal web version does not load. so do search yourself, you will be amazed.

ah, forgo to mention this was recorded with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.

I need to pull out S&M and have listen again I guess. I remember I stopped listening to it because I thought it was recorded and mastered pretty poorly or lifelessly. I liked symphonies and I liked Metallica and it seemed like how can this go wrong? But I remember being underwhelmed.
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