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Objectivists board room

Discussion in 'Sound Science' started by joe bloggs, May 28, 2015.
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  1. SilverEars
    To me near binaural seems very good sounding. iems or speakers. I like how it was recorded very much.
  2. SilverEars
    Interesting that the Didrik de Geer mic used for the recording comes in pairs, and recording was near binaural.
  3. bigshot
    The best sounding jazz I've ever heard is multichannel. Lee Ritenour Overtime blu-ray and Dave Grusin West Side Story in DTS. Ritenour's Six String Theory on DVD is fantastic too, but it has rock and blues tracks as well as jazz.
  4. bigshot
    For fans of multichannel classical music... I just got an email with a 20% off discount code to JPC in Germany so I took a look at their site. Right now there's a huge batch of Royal Philharmonic hybrid SACDs with multichannel sound on sale for 3.99 Euro apiece. Lots of interesting stuff in there. I ended up getting 32 of them for about $150US shipped. I have no idea how good the performances are, but I've been happy with recordings from the Royal Philharmonic in the past. These appear to be recordings from the late 90s... Mackerras, Wordsworth, O'Hara, Gibson, Leppard, Menuhin, Judd... I think I recognize some of these from Harmonia Mundi and Naxos. The selection of titles is pretty broad... Beethoven, Berlioz, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Haydn, Grieg, even some early music with sackbuts! I guess they had multitrack masters to mix for 5.1. (or perhaps 5.0?) In any case, at this price it was worth the risk.

  5. Strangelove424
    Sound science is poppin'! I can't find what thread I had what conversation in anymore. Dangit.
    sonitus mirus likes this.
  6. bigshot
    Just reply to random stupidity then!
  7. JaeYoon
    I honestly didn't think Armchair Audiophile warriors existed.....very easy to talk about record industry, but has no idea or ever worked in one.
  8. bigshot
    What do you all think... Is it a bot or not?
    JaeYoon likes this.
  9. reginalb
    I don't know, I don't usually heavily participate in the conversation, but sometimes the attempt at analogy drives the conversation into my wheelhouse. I find the discussion here interesting, but I'm not a member of the trade. I learn a lot, but rarely get to be the educator, or to really partake in the heavy debate. Then someone tries to talk about editing RAW image files and BOOM it's like the coach pulling me off the bench.
    JaeYoon likes this.
  10. Niouke
  11. bfreedma
    It's from the future - the product page already shows it winning two awards from 2018!

    Well, at least it could legitimately function as a cable strain relief. And for just over $400, they're practically giving them away.....
    Niouke likes this.
  12. castleofargh Contributor
    I want some, my ferrite beads don't look cool like that. but first I'll have to purchase cables with big ass plugs apparently. I'm guessing that's how you really know you're part of the elite, when the smaller setting for the cable clamp is garden hose size.
  13. bigshot
  14. Niouke
    I can also be used as a leg suspender for home hospitalisation.
  15. Strangelove424
    For those who take "getting screwed" literally.
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