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In Reply to: RE: Decca lets go of Nilsson's Salome and Elektra at 96/24 posted by email@example.com on July 07, 2017 at 06:48:14
Or is it just remastered in 96/24?
Here's a spectrogram of the first track of 'Elektra'. It's obviously the original analog recording remastered in 96/24. Whether it's the same remastering used for the previous 'Originals' release on CD, I can't say (I suspect it is), but it looks pretty darned impressive to me. I'm pretty sure the Blu-ray contains the same 96/24 files.
I think I brought this up a few years ago on SA-CD.net in connection with one of the old re-mastered Callas recordings which also seemed to have extraordinarily wide frequency response in the high frequencies. Another poster there replied that he thought the apparent response well above 20kHz was really the result of distortion products. I wasn't sure whether to believe him, but, I agree, the spectrograph does look impressive!
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