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In Reply to: RE: Speaking of domesticated Rachmaninoff: Oue's Symphonic Dances on Reference is the best digital recording I've heard posted by oldmkvi on March 07, 2017 at 15:16:59
RR's new recordings with the Pittsburgh symphony are using a new engineering team and the sound is very close up. I think you would be really inpressed. Try the Beethoven 5 & 7
Thanks for the Recommendation, it's a DSD Recording I think.
Maybe double DSD causes tinnitus. Where's Teresa to investigate ??
Point taken, not tooooo loud.
Suite a bit exhausting, even as super-dooper DSD.
That said, I'll probably try his Dvorak 8th or the earlier Strauss Death and Transfiguration, which frightens me if close up recording: the climaxes are headache inducing enough in real life. : )
I'm glad you prefer close up, but for my tastes, and maybe my system, I prefer 20 seats back.
I don't want to see the whites of their eyes...
I prefer the multichannel made by the !fresh team from Sound/Mirror over KOJ's. Two channel is another matter.
Haven't heard the Beethoven 5 and 7 yet however.
Mac D 150 in Den System, and Sony Z1 in Living Room, 2 Ch happiness.
Whet your appetite for DSD Multi Channel.
You heard the Sony Z1 in the Living Room, but only in the background.
D150 replaces Mytek and Lampizator in the Den System, which I don't think you saw.
The Sony its too big/deep for the cabinet in the Den, or I'd have 2!
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