Green SACD's - Here we go again!


Gold Member
Username: My_rantz


Post Number: 2146
Registered: Nov-05

Japan it seems is leading the way in SACD marketing - is this another ploy to increase sales or will they offer improved sound?

Gold Member
Username: Larry_r

Naples, FL

Post Number: 1989
Registered: Oct-04
Hey, M.R. - I've still got some of my "Insanity Mats" lying about. Maybe I can put green paint on the underside, and. . . . . . oh, never mind. SIGH

respectfully. . .LarryR

Gold Member
Username: My_rantz


Post Number: 2229
Registered: Nov-05
Gosh, two months to get a bite . . .
. . . and it's a big one :-)

Hi there Larry, I agree with 'never mind' especially with the sound I'm getting now.

Cheers mate!

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Username: Jan_b_vigne

Dallas, TX

Post Number: 13666
Registered: May-04

Gold Member
Username: My_rantz


Post Number: 2234
Registered: Nov-05
I've tried black vinyl on a few cd's and felt on some there was a slight improvement in clarity - on others no difference - like polishing. So I'm really on the fence on this stuff.

And hence a bit crazy like most people in this interest :-)
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