uzenet a moderatornak
(1. tul kicsi a 99 soros korlat), (2. a szoveg egy resze
angolul van nem ertem miert problema ez? )
ugy gondolom kulon kell valasztani ket dolgot:
egyertelmu, jogy az sacd felbontasa sokkal jobb (ismerteim
szerint 10-szerese a hagyomanyos cd-nek, ha tevedek javits
ki emlekezetbol egy honlaprol vettem a szamot). hogy a cd
rendszer ehhez kepest le van-e maradva? ugy gondolom igen.
alljon itt egy level az sa-cd.net honlaprol. angolul van
sajnos de mint kivalo hifi-s, kozvetve igy ismerlek, biztos
el tudod olvasni hiszen valmennyi angol nyelvismeret a
/What about Marantz, e.g. 7001?/
Regarding your original question about the quality gain when
going from ordinary CD to SACD & your question about the
I have just ordered some new HiFi kit and had been told by dealers
that there is not much difference between standard CD and SACD. Luckily
two things influenced me to check this out for myself;
1) The discovery of this site (www.sa-cd.net) and
2) The fact that the LSO Live label are issuing all of their latest
releases on SACD and are progressively issuing their back catalogue on
SACD as well. They also have a good information page about SACD which
may be of interest:
I figured that these guys know as much about classical music recording
and reproduction as anyone, so there must be a good reason for them to
On to your question regarding the Marantz 7001. I went to the dealer
and he set up some equipment in a listening room: 2 x Monitor Audio GS60
speakers, a Musical Fidelity Amp and CD player + for comparison purposes
a Marantz 7001 SACD player.
We played the LSO's recent recording of Walton's Syphony's No1 on
the regular CD player and of course it picked up the standard CD layer
and sounded great. Then we switched to the Marantz 7001 with the exact
same kit and the amp set to the exact same volume.
At first I did not believe my ears as I expected the SACD to sound
better so we switched back again and played the first 4 mins on the
regular CD player, then to the SACD. One thing the dealer commented on
was that as soon as the disc was in the Marantz SACD we stopped talking
and were absorbed by the performance.
I listened to the whole of the first movement and I have to say that
both of us were blown away by the differences, some of which were as
1. In the opening of the 1st movement, there is a very quiet timpani
roll. On the CD player we could hear that it was a quiet timp roll, on
the SACD we could hear that it was a quiet timp roll and we could hear
the beaters hitting the skin of the drum.
2. The next entry of the 1st movement is the strings playing a quiet
repetitive rhythm. On the CD player the notes sounded slurred, on the
SACD we could clearly hear the articulation of each note.
3. The dynamic range of the music was better represented. The
difference between the louder and quieter passages was much greater with
the SACD player. This made the performance come to life with more realism..
ez az elso resz terjedelmi korlat miatt (folytatasa kovetkezik)