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Acoustic Sounds Will Stop Offering Super Hi-Rez Downloads

Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by OhNotHimAgain, Dec 24, 2020.

  1. llvhhui

    llvhhui Active Member

    Location:
    Georgia
    That's very disappointing. I added a bunch to wish list and was getting ready to download and saw this on their site. They do have some rare DSD downloads I wish I had grabbed before this happened.
     
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  2. wwright

    wwright Forum Resident

    Location:
    San Francisco, CA.
    Agreed. I was hoping to grab the Creedence DSD download collection in full.
     
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  3. Simon A

    Simon A Arrr!

    I have bought downloads from them and IO wish they still offered them but one of their employees told me they wanted to concentrate on selling records.

    I really hope HDtracks and iTunes keep going for a long time as they<re almost the only way for me to buy downloads.
     
  4. DaleClark

    DaleClark Forum Resident

    Location:
    Columbus, Ohio
    If you subscribe to Qobuz, you get a discount for hi Rez download purchases.
     
  5. Can only help the used SACD market.
     
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  6. cdash99

    cdash99 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Mass
    That's true, but you need to subscribe to their higher tier (+/- $250 per year) rather than their standard tier for $100 less. Their download store is accessible to anyone, so you can gauge the savings to see if you'll buy enough to cover the extra $100.
     
  7. llvhhui

    llvhhui Active Member

    Location:
    Georgia
    I like how they usually specify the source of their DSD downloads so you know what you are getting. Not that it makes a big difference but it's just something nice to know.
     
  8. jpelg

    jpelg Forum Resident

    Location:
    The Elm City
    ^This. :(

    Wondering where those are/will be available?
     
  9. It appears the only answer is "in places that can't be mentioned here." Which is a problem for those of us who, even if we could easily find it, don't like having pirated material in our collection.

    I do wish that Acoustic Sounds had chosen to keep up a limited download store of their own DSD masterings that aren't available anyplace else (legally), but it seems that "it is what it is."
     
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  10. davidlai

    davidlai Member

    Location:
    Cincinnati
    I guess I'm glad I was able to purchase the DSD download of Time Out, but I have to admit, it's quite expensive! So much so that I don't know if I want to purchase the SACD version since I already paid so much money for the DSD audio... Goodness...
     

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