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Denon Announces Entry-Level Universal DVD Player

Denon has announced their newest universal disc player, the Ј250 DVD-1920, which makes it the most affordable in the company’s line-up. Regular readers will recall that previously introduced low-end models such as the DVD-1910 were lacking high-resolution audio support, supposedly due to market apathy, so it is good to see both DVD-Audio and SACD reintroduced at the entry level price point. read more…

Classe Audio Brings DVD-Audio Player to Acclaimed Delta Series

Classe Audio, the Quebec, Canada manufacturer whose standard-setting components for high-end audio and home-theater systems are admired worldwide, has enhanced its acclaimed Delta series of refined audio-video components with a superb new DVD player. read more…

The London Hi-Fi and Home Entertainment Show Gets Moving!

Over 150 brands that will be represented at the 2005 Hi-Fi and Home Entertainment Show to be held on September 23-25, 2005 at the Renaissance and Park Inn Hotels at Heathrow Airport. In your walls or in your car, from vinyl and DVD-Audio to video to MP3, every aspect of audio and video will be on display, plus there will be some very special features new to the show. read more…

discWelder BRONZE bundled with MOTU’s Digital Performer

A trial version of discWelder BRONZE, the DVD-Audio authoring tool, is now included with MOTU’s flagship audio production application, Digital Performer (DP).

The trial version of discWelder BRONZE includes a complete feature set, capable of burning up to five standards-compliant DVD-A discs. read more…

DVD-Audio Copy Protection Defeated via WinDVD Software Hack

DVD-Audio Copy Protection Defeated via WinDVD Software Hack

The music industry is buzzing with the news that high-resolution DVD-Audio content can be ripped, bypassing most of the format’s copy-protection safeguards. A small suite of applications that patch InterVideo’s WinDVD 5, 6 or 7 program allow data to be routed directly to .WAV files on the user’s hard-disk, instead of to a soundcard for digital-to-analogue conversion.

The three utilities are: read more…

Survey Reports Strong Consumer Interest in DualDisc

Three million DualDiscs sold since November 2004 and a promise of the catalogue exceeding two-hundred titles by the end of 2005, this is the news within the latest DualDisc consortium industry release:

Just eight months after launch, consumer interest in DualDisc, the two-sided music product with a CD on one side and DVD on the other, continues to gain momentum. read more…

Linn Products and Sony Japan Issue Dual Disc Playback Advisory Notices to Consumers

Linn Products, a well known audiophile firm based in Glasgow, Scotland and Sony Japan are the latest consumer electronics companies to issue advisories about using their optical disc players with the new Dual Disc format developed by Warner Music in the U.S. read more…

Sonys Playstation 3 to Offer Blu-Ray Drive and SACD and Dual Disc Playback

Sony’s PlayStation 3 announcement upped the ante in the computer gaming and music world earlier today with the news that the system will support Super Audio CD and Dual Disc playback along with a host of gaming, computer and High Definition TV features. read more…

RIAA Publishes Final DualDisc Specifications

The RIAA published the final specifications relating to the new DualDisc format earlier today. All licensing and logo usage is controlled by the RIAA, with specifics available from their dedicated web site. read more…

3Bone Audio Launches Sweet Spot Music Label

3Bone Audio has announced the launch of a new record label, Sweet Spot Music Group. Not specific to any genre, the independent label’s releases will be on every format, from vinyl, CD, MP3 and DVD-Audio.

As a forerunner in music technology, Sweet Spot puts Canada on the map as a key player in the digital and surround sound music revolutions. read more…

5.1 Entertainment and DVDplus International Sign License Agreement

5.1 Entertainment and DVDplus have entered an agreement to use DVDplus technology under the DualDisc trademark in Europe, John Trickett, Chairman and CEO of the 5.1 Entertainment Group, and Dieter Dierks, Chairman and CEO of DVDplus International Inc., announced today. read more…

NAB 2005: Blu-Ray/HD-DVD Compromise Rumored To Be In The Works

NAB 2005: The big news from this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Convention isn’t on the show floor, but behind the scenes. After weeks of speculation in the industry, word is starting to leak out that the proponents of the next-generation Blu-Ray and HD-DVD formats are working out a unified High Storage, High Resolution Video Disc format. read more…

TACET Beethoven String Quartets – The Longest DVD-Audio Title

The latest DVD-Audio title from TACET is a recording of Beethoven’s String Quartets op. 18, nos. 1-6, the first in a series of four discs from the Auryn Quartet, Matthias Lingenfelder and Jens Oppermann (violin), Stewart Eaton (viola) and Andreas Arndt (violoncello). read more…

5.1 Production Services Opens New York Office

5.1 Production Services has expanded its corporation operations, by opening its first office in New York City. A division of 5.1 Entertainment Group, 5.1 Production Services is an award winning company offering state of the art production services to the music and entertainment industries. read more…

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