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breakfast is superb,
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the blu ray audio version is this album is superb. i have the remastered cd to compare it to. the blu ray is softier at the same volume setting on my receiver then the remastered cd. however one hears a airier quality to the blu ray disc as compared to the cd. by this i mean, the music seems to float in the air. on breakfast in america, theres a flute at least i think its a flute, it seems to float in the air above my front speakers, on the cd it is definately coming from the left channel. now if we can only get these blu ray audios released in 5.1 surround.
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Initial post: 6 Aug 2013 12:19:47 BDT
Last edited by the author on 6 Aug 2013 12:31:18 BDT
Hans Myhren says:
I agree, the audio is superb. But i have problems with the hd master track. The same with Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. It's ok on other blueray releases, also on the Pink Floyd and Neil Young box . Anyone else having problems.
Posted on 15 Aug 2013 00:56:20 BDT
Monty Britton says:
Amen Bruce!! These recordings would benefit with a 5.1 audio track. I have speakers and I want to fill them with music!!
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Aug 2013 01:04:33 BDT
Bruce M. Garber says:
i havent tried the hd with supertramp yet. they are releasing crime of the century and exile on main street in sept but probable not in surround
Posted on 17 Mar 2014 17:37:19 GMT
I think that your flute is really a clarinet. I have just listened to my 1979 LP and it is remarkably good condition after all those years and hardly any snap, crackle and pop or surface noise. The clarinet comes from exactly between the speakers when I am listening to BIA. Your review has convinced me to buy this album in Blu-Ray format; so nice one! I have also bought it just to see what it sounds like and to make a comparison with the original LP record and the promised FLAC download that comes with the Blu-ray album. £10.49 is not to much to pay either.
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