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Discussion: Rolling Stones: Exile On Main Street

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Post by john563 April 4, 2014 (11 of 16)
This disc does not contain any 192kHz tracks, only 96kHz.

This following line
2.0 LPCM 24bit/192kHz
should be corrected to
2.0 LPCM 24bit/96kHz

Post by fredblue April 5, 2014 (12 of 16)
john563 said:

This disc does not contain any 192kHz tracks, only 96kHz.

This following line
2.0 LPCM 24bit/192kHz
should be corrected to
2.0 LPCM 24bit/96kHz

Pretty sure the PCM displays as 192khz on my player, I will double check tonight and get back to you.

Post by fredblue April 8, 2014 (13 of 16)
Waveform analysis of various masterings of this album, focussing on the track "Happy", to be found here:

http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/ume-prepping-blu-ray-audio-titles-for-europe-pt3.348117/#post-10321099

You will notice in the waveforms in SHF member Jimii70's latest post there, from top to bottom..
- the mp3 download of the latest redbook remaster is very compressed replete with clipping,
- the Grr compilation on Blu-ray is less compressed but still far from acceptable,
- the Virgin redbook is less compressed than on Grr..,
- the HFPA Blu-ray Audio is least DR compressed of all, by some margin.

Post by rammiepie April 8, 2014 (14 of 16)
Adam, have you ordered Ian Anderson's new CD/DVD~V (5.1 DTS/24/48 stereo) Homo Erraticus?

Should be out by April 15th (in the states)

Tidbit of info courtesy of QQ!

Post by fredblue April 9, 2014 (15 of 16)
rammiepie said:

Adam, have you ordered Ian Anderson's new CD/DVD~V (5.1 DTS/24/48 stereo) Homo Erraticus?

Should be out by April 15th (in the states)

Tidbit of info courtesy of QQ!

yes! shipping now I believe! I can't wait :-D

Post by terence May 14, 2014 (16 of 16)
Is it true that, as one of the reviews states, a lot of the song endings are faded five seconds early compared to the LP/CD originals?

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