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5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Mind Blowing!, 23 Dec. 2005
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This review is from: Night At The Opera, A [CD + Bonus DVD] (Audio CD)
The work that has been put into this production (especially the DVD with surround sound) is astounding. The clips are not old promos that have all been seen before but an interesting patchwork of live Queen footage and vintage films that add a splash of humour, particularly during Seaside Rendezvous and Good Company. The way the footage has been synch-ed with the studio sound is mind blowing. It must have taken months!
You will NOT appreciate the splendour of this release unless you have your surround sound set up properly! If you have, be prepared for a real treat. You will hear this legendary album from a totally different perspective and appreciate just how Queen worked their magic in the studio. By the way, this release is far superior to the surround track on the DVD-Audio.
All in all a fantastic celebration and a fitting tribute to one of the most innovative rock albums of all time. A true work of art!
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Initial post: 28 Aug 2011 00:09:41 BDT
Last edited by the author on 28 Aug 2011 00:19:09 BDT
R. Pievaitis says:
i have the dvda release from 2002 or 03 why is this better soundwise-i have full blown dvda and sacd system the pioneer ndvd 1000 which is mulit format disc player-it will not play blu ray though as it was designed before b/r came out,but no probs i just bought a nice sony b/r player and hooked it onto the back of the pioneer with the digital cable-simple magic.
so again why is this better,do tell !?!?!
edit,according to another reviewer above,the earlier dvda release is the one to buy but only if you a player that can access proper dvd audio,not just dvd-v(which is where most folk go wrong-they buy a dvda pop into their home video machine and it sounds pretty weak0well make sure you can play dvd-"a" for audio and a dts option too.it is lossless,this version is mainly aimed at the general home video market not the audiophile market,so again why is this better,spell it out in tech terms please !
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