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    Moderated By: claudio
    Agoraquest Forum Index MD/CD/SACD
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    Last Reply: December 31, 2003, 10:10 pm

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    Author 222Es

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    Joined: Mar 06, 2003
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    From: Rixeyville,Va.

      Posted: 2003-03-11 05:42

    I bought Dianna Krall's sacd yesterday and rushed home to play my FIRST sacd. I noticed on a few tracks that there was a staticy,hiss noise if you know what I mean. Almost the same noise that would come from a scratch from an LP. (yea strange huh). Anyway I was wondering if anyone else has the problem with this sacd or is it the player, or is it me ? The album is book of love. I thought it sounded great except for that sssssssss in a few tracks. Thanks !!


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    From: Canada

      Posted: 2003-03-12 23:05

    I have noticed on a couple of my discs that you can actually hear defects that may have not been noticable on a normal CD. The worst example is on my Stevie Ray Vaughan SACD ,Couldn't Stand the Weather track 6 has a buzz that it picked up from somewhere in the recordind studio.SACD will reveal recordings warts and all.


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    From: Northeastern PA

      Posted: 2003-12-31 22:10

    Found your thread when I searched for Diana Krall, which I just picked up the DVD, "Live in Paris" and possibly what you are hearing is a brush on the drum sets?
    When I was listening to it I heard what you are talking about and it threw me as I thought, perfect, crappy sound...but then I noticed that it went away and was timed when the drummer was brushing against the cymbals with his "brush". Which gives a hissing, harsh sound at times. So I was relieved after I figured out the source of the noise!
    If you've not gotten this dvd, highly recommend it! And it's in DTS!
    Happy New Year everyone!

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