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Smitty Ditty Detroit City

The first title we bought was Diana Krall's "The Look of Love" ---- We played the cd first in our blu ray using a inexpensive $240.00 Sony sound-bar and subwoofer. We got better than average sound --- but when we put the blu ray audio in ---- WOW ----- like night & day. We are sold on blu ray audio. There is a very big pure sound difference in the blu ray audio. --Don't know if this blu ray audio will catch on to the rest of the world but out of the 36 titles that are available John Coltrane, Nina Simone, Bob Marley, and a few others will be our personal Xmas presents...

Tony Ruffell

Yes the sound is very good I have some NAXOS classical blue ray discs the sound is wide and deep more natural on symbols and TOMMY by the WHO (1969) sound very good in stereo I only have a tresham Tannoy FET output (1983) power amp with upgraded caps no multi channel receiver I had a look at Cambridge audio looks good value for money from richer sounds.


I love the sound. Keep printing pure audio bluray. Thanks. Ben

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