Best source of DVD-audio titles!?

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  1. PaulKH

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    I've waded through Amazon.com and the local Best Buy and I've been underwhelmed by the limited selection of titles. Maybe that's all there is.

    Is there a web site anyone can recommend as a great place to find out what DVD Audio titles are available? I've just tried a DVD-Audio titles (Corrs) on my new HT setup and I love the audio quality and want more!

    I'd really like to get some 'blow me away' classical too and perhaps other stuff.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Paul,
    I use www.dvdplanet.com all the time. They usually have a very good selection, they're cheaper than anyone else and regularly restock sold out titles. The nice part is that they have a dedicated dvd-a section so you don't have to hunt all over the entire site to find a particular listing.
     
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    If you want to see all the titles available on dvd-a, go to www.dvdpricesearch.com and type the words: dvd audio in the open search box at the top of the page. You don't need to do anything other than that. It'll return a list of 194 titles now available. Nuff Said!
     
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    I think Forum Sponsor Laser's Edge has titles as well. There isn't much out there to choose from for DVD-Audio right now. Also, if you like high resolution stereo, look for DAD discs, DVD-Video encoded with 96/24 PCM stereo tracks. It's a high resolution format and they sound fantastic. Most DVD-A players are well equipped to get the maximum enjoyment from these tracks.

    NP: Bruce Cockburn: Salt, Sun, and Time.
     
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    Thanks very much everyone! I found a new DVDA release with all the Brandenburg concertos on it at dvdempire.com but it wasn't available there, so I went to the manufacturer's site (tacet.de) which lead me to a Canadian site called adagioplus.com where I ordered it! Yay...

    I translated a German review off tacet.de into English using altavista, and the translation was hilarious.
     
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