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  1. This has been a project sitting on my shelf for a while, the 2002 Concert For George at The Royal Albert Hall. I had this at one time on DVD, lost it, or loaned it out and it never came back. So several months ago I bought this on bluray. Watched it, loved it as always. Realizing the audio was 24/48, I didn't rush to rip the audio tracks. There are several priceless gems on this recording, and I am glad I finally took the effort to get it into a format I can enjoy on my computer audio server. It sounds good for what it is, and I am not faulting the sample rate here. With the number of musicians they have participating in this event, I am amazed it sounds as well as it does. To me, it seems the recording quality varies, often within the same song. That or its my power (I wonder if I can convince the wife to let me drop $$ on a Red Wine power supply...) I'd imagine the recording of such an event was a logistical nightmare, and quite a challenge to pull off. Which they did very well in my opinion. Standout songs on this are Something & All Things Must Pass with Sir Paul, Carl Perkins' Honey Don't & Photograph sung by Ringo, and the stunning While My Guitar Gently Weeps. foobar2000 1.1.8 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.0 log date: 2012-12-19 23:16:41 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analyzed: George Harrison / Concert For George -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DR Peak RMS Duration Track -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DR11 -1.31 dB -20.20 dB 1:43 01-Intro DR16 -6.49 dB -25.23 dB 2:22 02-Intro 2 - Eric DR18 -6.90 dB -28.16 dB 2:17 03-Intro - Ravi DR13 -0.10 dB -15.99 dB 8:33 04-Your Eyes DR12 -0.14 dB -16.29 dB 3:24 05-The Inner Light DR12 -0.10 dB -15.32 dB 23:53 06-Arpan DR12 -3.26 dB -17.97 dB 1:29 07-Sit On My Face DR13 -1.56 dB -17.90 dB 4:56 08-The Lumberjack Song DR11 -0.10 dB -13.34 dB 3:21 09-I Want To Tell You DR10 -0.10 dB -11.45 dB 2:32 10-If I Needed Someone DR10 -0.10 dB -11.48 dB 3:51 11-Old Brown Shoe DR11 -0.10 dB -13.07 dB 3:27 12-Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) DR10 -0.10 dB -12.00 dB 3:56 13-Beware Of Darkness DR12 -0.10 dB -14.52 dB 3:37 14-Here Comes The Sun DR12 -0.10 dB -13.47 dB 3:42 15-Thats The Way It Goes DR10 -0.10 dB -11.39 dB 5:47 16-Horse To Water DR11 -0.10 dB -12.93 dB 3:52 17-Taxman DR12 -0.10 dB -14.91 dB 3:19 18-I Need You DR11 -0.10 dB -12.93 dB 3:50 19-Handle With Care DR10 -0.10 dB -12.04 dB 6:26 20-Isn't It A Pity DR10 -0.10 dB -12.45 dB 5:08 21-Photograph DR10 -0.10 dB -11.87 dB 3:00 22-Honey Don't DR10 -0.10 dB -12.91 dB 3:25 23-For You Blue DR9 -0.10 dB -12.91 dB 4:56 24-Something DR10 -0.10 dB -12.33 dB 3:54 25-All Things Must Pass DR8 -0.10 dB -9.99 dB 6:11 26-While My Guitar Gently Weeps DR11 -0.10 dB -12.59 dB 5:21 27-My Sweet Lord DR9 -0.10 dB -11.42 dB 6:57 28-Wah Wah DR16 -0.24 dB -19.52 dB 5:02 29-I'll See You In My Dreams DR11 -0.10 dB -13.13 dB 6:27 30-Outre - (Old Brown Shoe / Give Me Love) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Number of tracks: 30 Official DR value: DR11 Samplerate: 48000 Hz Channels: 2 Bits per sample: 24 Bitrate: 1740 kbps Codec: FLAC ==============================================================================
  2. I just purchased the bluray audio disc of Patricia Barber's Modern Cool and was looking forward to hearing the 24/192 stereo mix. My system includes the Oppo BDP-95 connected to my Naim DAC via coax/spdif. My Oppo was set so that the Coax out was LPCM and the sampling rate was 192. Upon playing the disc I noticed that DAC's hi-def light was not illuminated meaning it wasn't receiving a sampling rate above 48k. I called Oppo who told me that specifically with bluray audio (not DVD-Audio) the coax connection cannot output higher than 48k due to industry restrictions. As HDMI is not part of my system my only choice was to listen through the Oppo analog outs which is not preferable as I'd like to hear things through my Naim DAC with its external power supply. So if I want to hear Modern Cool in all its glory I'm going to have to rip the bluray stereo file. Fellow BDP-95 owners take heed. Les
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