mhw58 wrote: »
I just played Blow by Blow by Jeff Beck and was blown away by the SDA effects. VERY wide soundstage and great production by George Martin.
Try it out. Does anyone have the SACD of Blow by BLow and if so, how does it compare to the regular cd?
Janne wrote: »
Sarah Brightman, Album Fly, Track When it rains in America. CNN honestly changes the forecast to thunderstorm, when I play that track.
Lindsey Buckingham, Album Out of the cradle.
nik_martinov wrote: »
Paul Mauriat - Gold Collection - Sabre Dance, about 0:58 seconds into it the base drums start to really kick in and if you have the quick bass response and the 15" woofers, you will really enjoy yourself. Just make sure the wife is not home and crank it up a little.
Blinddog wrote: »
Roger Waters - Radio KAOS
Yeah I know, going back a ways. I haven't listened to this album (Ok, CD) in like 20 years and it was well worth going back to and taking another listen. I swear to god, after a couple of beers and my newly purchased SDA speakers I was just about to shoot the neighbor's stupid dog for barking and ruining the intro to side two. Then I remembered that the stupid dog was on the album and not downstairs out the window. I giggled, sat back down, and relished...
oldsoundguy wrote: »
Are there any classical music lovers on this site? I could only find one listing for a classical selection. Does anyone have any classical recordings they could share with the group.
treitz3 wrote: »
Ok, I'm finally able to post in this thread. Happy about that, no doubt. Anyhoo, I'll be reading this entire thread in the next couple of weeks and most likely blowing a LOT of dough on some new music that brings out the best that SDA's have to offer.
I just heard the Eagle's Long Road out of Eden album, song #1 "No more walks in the woods" and I gotta say that this sounds pretty damned phenomenal with the SDA's. I'm nowhere even close to dialing in the new rig nor have I gotten all of the components in, let alone the entire rig hooked up yet but man, if this is any indication of what is to come, I'm looking very forward to hearing the end result of my latest project.
One of the singers was actually located outside [through a wall] the sound stage was so wide. Another singer was singing in my fireplace and you absolutely could not tell where the speakers were located. Very 3-D sound that wrapped all around you and envelops the room without throwing sounds where they shouldn't be. This is some cool ****.
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