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This review is from: Close To The Edge (Blu-ray Audio)
After the delusion for the latest SACD version finally a beautiful and (maybe) definitive version of YES masterpiece.
The remastering is signed by the "Master" Steven Wilson, a specialist of prog remastering (King Crimson, EL&P, Jethro Tull, Hawkwind).
The album is available in two version: CD + DVD Audio or CD + Bluray Audio.
I don't understand why but the two versions have a different package, the first with DVD Audio is similar at King Crimson 40th remasters in a double digipack, the second with Bluray Audio is a beautiful Mini LP replica like Japan editions.
These are the audio options of Bluray Edition:
audio CD 2013 stereo remix by Steven Wilson
Disc 2 - Bluray audio:
2013 Stereo mixes 24/96 LPCM by Steven Wilson
Original Stereo Mixes 24/192 LPCM from 1972 original master
2013 Surround mixes 5.1 24/96 LPCM e 24/96 DTS HD Master Audio by Steven Wilson
bonus track: "America" with the same audio options
Alternate Album (a different album mix) 24/96 LPCM
Single versions & Edits 24/96 LPCM
Bluray exclusive: 2013 Stereo instrumental mixes 24/96 LPCM (The album instrumental!)
UK vinyl transfer 24/96 LPCM
The DVD Audio contains 2013 Stereo mixes 24/96 loosless by Steven Wilson
Original Stereo Mixes 96/24 loosless from 1972 original master
2013 Surround mixes 5.1 24/96 DTS 96/24
The sound is amazing in all options. I think is very pesonal to define wich is the best... I love DTS-HD 5.1 but the Steven Wilson stereo 192/24 is astonishing.
I also think that is a great experience in sound the loosless 5.1 track on DVD Audio, warm and natural.
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Initial post: 16 Jan 2014 16:32:28 GMT
J Carpenter says:
Just want to say Thanks for giving me the information Amazon always fail to include.
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