Today's Purchases (Non-classical)

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Kullervo

Quote from: Lethe on March 09, 2008, 04:31:54 PM
Maybe a dumb question, but wouldn't it be better to wait for the inevitable high-definition re-releases of popular films like Blade Runner? The image quality curve is definitely pretty near the apex with HD DVDs, so it's unlikely that they would be as readily replacable by another format later on with as big a difference between it as DVD to Blu-Ray - IMO a good choice for a "reference" copy to own, and keep going back to over the years.

Probably not, since BR was filmed with... film, and Blu-Ray will really only improve on movies recently made with digital recording. I could be wrong, though.

rubio

"One good thing about music, when it hits- you feel no pain" Bob Marley

orbital

Quote from: Corey on March 09, 2008, 05:30:34 PM
Probably not, since BR was filmed with... film, and Blu-Ray will really only improve on movies recently made with digital recording. I could be wrong, though.
Film has much better resolution than HD in fact.

rubio

I think the guy on the cover of this compilation expresses distilled 100% happiness ;D. And I can understand him when I listen to the classic tunes!!

 

And then a Brazilian super-eccentric I simply love!

"One good thing about music, when it hits- you feel no pain" Bob Marley

Kullervo

Continuing to buy copies of my favorite movies...


Wanderer

If by today one might mean this week, then...


71 dB

Quote from: orbital on March 12, 2008, 11:36:10 AM
Film has much better resolution than HD in fact.

As film is an analog media, it's resolution is hard to define. Different film stocks have different properties. Older movies with special effects use photocopying method that lower resolution significantly. The bottom line is resolution on film is different from digital media. Anyway, generally in order to digitally scan "everything" from film 4K digital media is needed.
Spatial distortion is a serious problem deteriorating headphone listening.
Crossfeeders reduce spatial distortion and make the sound more natural
and less tiresome in headphone listening.

My Sound Cloud page <-- NEW track "Jazzz"

George

Catching up from the past 2-3 weeks:

Smiling Phases - Traffic
Dirty Deeds - AC/DC
Mike and the Mechanics - S/T and Living Years
Genesis - Invisible Touch
Little River Band - Greatest Hits
Pretenders - Singles
Meat Loaf - Bat out of Hell
George Michael - Faith
Elton John - Honky Chateau
Depeche Mode - Music For the Masses, Ultra, Personal Jesus (single)
Big Audio Dynamite II - The Globe
Procol Harum - 1st Album Plus, Shine On Brightly Plus (Westside)
A Night at the Opera - Queen - CP32
Buddy Holly - From the Original Master Tapes
Bob Dylan - New Morning
Indigo Girls - Strange Fire, S/T
Prince - Graffiti Bridge
Psychedelic Furs - All of this and Nothing
The Cure - The Head on the Door, Wish
Terence Trent D'arby - Intro the Hardline
Chris Cornell - Carry On
Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms
CSN&Y - Deja Vu
James Taylor - JT and Sweet Baby James
Steely Dan - Aja, Katy Lied
Cat Stevens - Teaser and the Firecat
Joe Jackson - Night and Day
The Best of the Doors
Rush - Moving Pictures
Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run, Born in the USA
Elton John - GYBR, Don't Shoot, Madman, Your Songs
Chicago - I, II, VIII
John Cougar - American Fool, Uh Huh
Bob Seger -Live Bullet
Bruce Hornsby - The Way it is
Boz Scaggs - Silk Degrees
The Best of Al Stewart
Anita Baker - Rapture
Phil Collins - Face Value, No Jacket Required
Genesis - 3 Sides Live, Abacab, Duke
Queen - Original EMI's from Queen I to Hot Space, MFSL: NOTW, ADATR, The Game, The Game (Target), ANATO (DCC)
Jimi Hendrix - ELL and Smash Hits - WG Polydor
Led Zeppelin Catalog Except ITTOD (still looking for that one) - Diament Mastering
The Who - Tommy (MFSL), Who's Next (Candian Hoffman master), Who's Better, Who's Best (MCA)
AC/DC - High Voltage, Let there be rock, Back in Black, FTATR - all Diament
Van Halen - S/T - Target
Genesis - Wind and Wuthering, Seconds Out.

Bogey

There will never be another era like the Golden Age of Hollywood.  We didn't know how to blow up buildings then so we had no choice but to tell great stories with great characters.-Ben Mankiewicz


Bogey

Quote from: George on March 15, 2008, 10:19:19 AM
I'm the Non-Classical Harry.  ;D

I do not remember you purchasing the enitere Columbia, Sony, etc.  catalogues. ;D
There will never be another era like the Golden Age of Hollywood.  We didn't know how to blow up buildings then so we had no choice but to tell great stories with great characters.-Ben Mankiewicz

Wanderer

Perhaps in the non-classical world "Harry" doesn't have to be so thorough.  ;D

71 dB

Who says George isn't as thorough as Harry? Maybe that was just the beginning for George?

To be honest, being as thorough as Harry isn't easy...  0:)
Spatial distortion is a serious problem deteriorating headphone listening.
Crossfeeders reduce spatial distortion and make the sound more natural
and less tiresome in headphone listening.

My Sound Cloud page <-- NEW track "Jazzz"

Kullervo



Finally bought this after months of my good friend prodding me to read Spinning Gears. Look forward to reading this.


orbital



That's a replacement lamp for our projector which died on us last week  :'(

71 dB



Colin MacIntyre - The Water - £7.38 delivered
Spatial distortion is a serious problem deteriorating headphone listening.
Crossfeeders reduce spatial distortion and make the sound more natural
and less tiresome in headphone listening.

My Sound Cloud page <-- NEW track "Jazzz"

George


Lethevich

A mattress as mine had broken, and three Lovecraft collections on Penguin.

Peanut butter, flour and sugar do not make cookies. They make FIRE.

MN Dave

Quote from: Lethe on March 24, 2008, 02:20:59 AM
A mattress as mine had broken, and three Lovecraft collections on Penguin.



Sweet!