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  1. I have just imported this brand-new recording on the London Symphony label. A "live" concert of Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev last October. Quite a bargain for less than $14, including air mail from Presto Classical. It contains 2 discs; one is in Blue Ray with a HD 1080p video and two separate digital audio tracks: 5.1 DTS-HD MA 24 bit/192 kHz 2.0 LPCM 24bit/192 kHz. The other disc is recorded in hybrid SACD/CD format at 16bit/44.1 kHz. I am hoping this format catches on - as it offers superb High Definition 24/192 Playback for "Audiophiles" as well as standard CD quality. I am playing it back on a Samsung BD P-1500 BR player using the Toslink output (using the PCM 192/24 setting) connected to a Peachtree DacIt, which (I guess) down converts to 96/24 "on the fly". I highly recommends this recording for critical listening. CVJ