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Paul.S

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Unless its ownership has changed recently, Columbia House is co-owned by Sony and AOL-Time Warner. So I've been wondering for a while which high rez format the music club would eventually stock, if either. Looks like they've at least started with DVD-Audio:
http://www.columbiahouse.com/cl1/ch/...&pin=52&bak=42
Looks like its only Warner titles (surprise, surprise). Do these $17.99-$18.99 prices fully reflect the recent Warner DVD-A price drop?
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Paul
 

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John et al.:
Thanks for the tip, but your link isn't working either. I think mine worked for me originally because I linked directly to the DVD-A pages at the site from CoHo e-mail. When I tested it to see if it would work if I just had the URL, it was successful but apparently only because I was signed in to the site. So . . .
If you wanna peep CoHo's DVD-A titles (and are a Club member), go to the general CoHo home page (http://www.columbiahouse.com), sign in, go to the "Music Club" home page, scroll down a bit and look along the left-hand side of the screen. There is a link to "DVD-Audio."
Sorry for no direct linkage, but we're dealing with CoHo here. If someone else figures out a way to directly link to the titles without signing in, by all means post.
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Paul_Medenwaldt

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I've just purchased a DVD audio disc from Columbia House. Its a Foreigner's self titled disc.

I then went over to Digital Eyes. They seemed to have the best prices on DVD-A, and then purchased Steely Dan's Two Against Nature.

These are my first purchases of DVD-A and looking forward to checking them out.

The only thing that sucks about the Columbia House deal is that they don't count toward enrollment plan.

Paul
 

Philip Hamm

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You're in for a treat. That Steely Dan disc is really fantastic.

NP: John Entwistle: A selection of solo album tracks I made on MD.
 

Micahel C

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Bobby, I too have ordered from them many times. (Just placed an order with them earlier today). I opened an account there shortly after they opened their website. I mainly purchase dvd movies from them, but occassionally order dvd-a's as well. I've never had anything but good experiences with them. In addition I also purchase both dvd movies and dvd-a's regularly with DVD Planet, DVD Empire and Amazon.com (I'm a comparison shopper). All are very reputable and all have provided excellent service both before and after the sale.
 

Bobby T

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Thanks. One bad experience internet shopping has made me overly cautious. looks like I found a new place to order DVDA and SACD. They appear have a good selection.
 

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Bump.
Has anyone bought DVD-A from CoHo recently? Looks like the Club abandoned stocking DVD-A in favor of DualDisc. All of the DVD-A titles in a four-page flyer I still have in my file (received admittedly quite some time ago--over 2 years probably) are all no longer listed at the site after randomly searching for many by both selection number and album title.
I was trying to cash in my Bonus Points prior to the shuttering of the Club September 1 given its
acquisition by BMG.
-p
 

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