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    Default Steely Dan-Everything Must go

    Steely Dan has a new cd released today, Everything Must
    go. You can listen to it at www.steelydan.com.
    They're releasing it on dvd-audio today also and I'll
    be buying the dvd-audio. Can't wait to hear this
    in surround! I'm also picking up the new Radiohead cd.
    Anyone else going for the Dan?
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    I thought about it. I like using it for demo music. And it's just groovy too!

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    bought this at CC today, DVD-A at $14.99

    Any HBO-Taxicab Confessions fans can go here for a treat:

    http://www.repriserecords.com/steelydan/player/

    btw, listening to this album right now, recording quality on 5.1 DVD-A discrete is top notch! instruments solo coming out from the surrounds, marvelous!
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    I had some time listening to this cd. On track 4:godwhacker, the use of multichannels is very nicely done! One of the best DVD-A that I owned, in terms of recording quality. Hell, it's even better than most of my SACD multichannel collection. It's a definite must buy for folks that would like to demo/enjoy their multichannel player, as fireshoes said. fire, I have no doubt you would score some sales using this cd to demo. Overall, I would vote for this album over "Two Against Nature"
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    Thanks for the info, I'll be picking it up this weekend. I listened to
    Fagen's dvd audio of the Nightfly last night and it's great too.
    What other dvd audios do you recommend?
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    Nightfly is great too! I have Gaucho (DTS) that I would recommend, Big Phat Band "Swingin' for the fences" (if you like jazz/swing).
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    Originally posted by polkatese fire, I have no doubt you would score some sales using this cd to demo. Overall, I would vote for this album over "Two Against Nature" [/B]
    Well now I GOT to pick it up. lol

    Ok, get in line for your LSi systems, single file. :)

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    I'm a SD fan from way back. I'll check it out in DVD-A. Thanks for the recommendation.

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    Default Dumb question

    Can I play a DVD-A disk on my standard DVD player (Toshiba 2705)?
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    rightfoot,
    there is no such thing as dumb question...yes, you can play any dvd-a material on your Toshiba changer, but you will not be able to hear DVD-Audio since yours is not a dvd-a player. However, you could still hear 5.1 audio by selecting DTS audio (if the DVD has DTS logo such as this SD-EMG) but do make sure you are utilizing your digital coax or optical connection from the player to the receiver. Hope it helps!
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    excellent.
    I will have to pick this up.2 against Nature was really good on cd and dvd audio.......
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