multi channel stereo vs stereo

I'm no expert in fiction (nor jazz nor anything else, for that matter) but I think it's safe to say most of the formal innovations in the novel have taken place. I would be very surprised if you don't like him. “I have no bass without the Subwoofer”. It'd be a shame if one misses out on these recordings because of a certain entrenched thinking. She's pretty special, worth watching out for. Realism is probably irrelevant. See www.aes.org/sections/pnw/ppt.htm for a deck that examines some of the issues. As an audio purist (I run Pure Direct stereo when listening critically to stereo sources like CDs, vinyl, high-rez FLAC), I felt the need to post this. (It is for cinema, for reasons related to the annoying acoustics of presenting something in a room that size and trying to avoid pulling the audience out of the picture. Home theater receivers are distinguished from two-channel (stereo receivers) by having additional amplifier channels to support movie theater sound (e.g. What?! Sometimes history does repeat itself. Steinburg and Snow, then 1939, Fletcher and Snow, showed that a center channel is essential to getting the front soundstage right. OMG. But we're not still listening to gramophones done via acoustic recording. Do you have the new Hamonia Mundi release of David Lang's "Little Match Girl Passion?" But they won't. 39 $180.99 $180.99. This was interesting in the Stereophile habits thread. Right now I am still on a big 60s/70s U.K. folk psychodelic binge. to Denon's Multi channel Stereo, and I've always dutifully ignored it. In this situation, all of the music that would normally go to your left speaker will also go to your left side and rear speakers if you have them. (Again, I'm not even thinking about multi-channel, but just the content). And we won't. So to my mind, we're at a different place, historically, in jazz. So, if there’s a loud event that occurs only in the left channel, a stereo compressor will respond by applying gain reduction to left and right together, while a multi-mono compressor will only attenuate the left channel. At the time, I suggested swapping multichannel SACD for stereo. jazz, classical and world music we have two issues at work for the music lover. But can't agree with your comments about the classical music scene at all. it isn't. But they are not just competeing with each other. With speakers like the the NHT 3.3s sometimes a 3.3 speaker laying flat at the center was helping, sometimes it was not (a 2.9 was not helping). Still, until I read the book I never thought of the live performers adjusting what they did. Are there any great jazz musicans out there recording? Surround sound consists of multi-channel audio. There is no sound from the subwoofer. Some of my musician friends have commented about that. Oh yeah, absolutely. I don't think I described the state of music as decrepit. Monaural is single position audio that emanates from a single source. He was running a Denon  7.1ch beast, that had enough tech in it that you would say it is a computer not an amplifier, some nice monitor audio floor standers, a Q acoustics sub and some bookshelf speakers as rear and sides, unfortunately, I don’t remember the make but they were quality stuff anyway. heck I just got my audio Fidelty LP of J.Geils Band Live full House today in the mail. Scott, I actually agree with most of what you said in your post, but can't go with your sentiment on the quoted above. So when I get here I usually have a stack of great recordings waiting for me. And we have productions methods carried over from quad, and "dialog only" center channels, and all sorts of theatre production necessities crippling our multichannel home audio. So the transition to stereo recording happened pretty quickly and the market for it was eager for the change. The quality and investment in the stereo setup is higher than the multi channel but I think that reflects the quantities of music that I have multi-channel vs. stereo. I was a Friday and he had the weekend to play with it. For every disgusting attention-whore like Lang Lang, there's a Jonathan Biss or Sudbin or Lewis. I have 3 sets that I really love. Russound's multi-channel amplifiers are the perfect way to expand any audio system to more areas of the home, or to provide extra power in larger rooms or outdoor areas. Our first shot at true portablity. Most of us are just used to the main performer front and center. Yesterday I just picked up the Rhino reissues of Bad Co and The Genius of Ray Charles. Don't have great hope for this experiment for many reasons. A 7.1ch receiver  advertised as 100w per channel, well, seven channels at 100w each, this would mean 700w only for the audio, the AB amplifier class has good efficiency but is still way under 90% of class D, the classic transformer also has some loss in the magnetic field and heat, also the unit uses power for the rest of the stuff inside. only use the rear channels for ambient sounds and … There are new recordings of the classics which trump the vanguard old masters and are the new references, not only for me, but for many. Gotta give them a spin tonight. Also, I've been on an 'old recording' kick lately, buying both a DG set of early 20th Century recordings and one from Naxos. Search multi-channel amps at Audio Advisor for your specialized audio taste. I listened to all of them on the Marantz SA8005, as the multi-channel SACD's have a stereo layer. well, nobody. by PastryMan Jul 1, 2013 7:43AM PDT When I put a bluray in my player, I sometimes have a choice of setting the audio to Multi-channel mode vs … This is a tougher matter now for three reasons. Mono is the term used to describe sound that is only from one channel while stereo uses 2 or more channels to provide an experience much like being in the same room where the sound was created. A small and cute amp to be restored. I don't think I agree. Stereo sound specializes in transmitting sound out of the two speakers of the headphones; the left and the right. Although they may be more palatable because of the added "ambience," in no way do they sound like a live human voice. When Hifi and records were relatively new this was not an issue. I just wanted to put that on your radar because it is truly a great album, superbly recorded. my cup runneth over. Yet people persist in writing novels, even great ones, and using the innovations to good, creative ends. I think that lps can as well, but that depends up your TT, cart, and phono stage. The problems with tape skew certainly make the problem worse, needless to say. I wondered the same thing, and got the answer from the new book 'Perfecting Sound Forever,' which is a history of recording. This is part of what I mean when I say that most multichannel production is, err, primitive. You won't get 'Ascension' because we've already had it once, and the best you could do is muster variations on it. We had the same thing with rock/pop music. How long have we had 5.1 now? Thinking about hooking up and trying some SACD/DVD-a Mch sound. Not to mention the stack I usually bring home from the local music scene from what ever location I was working. FREE Shipping. That was my point. I believe I said "There certainly are a few very exciting new artists out there." For me, new releases that warrent a purchase are few and far between. The work won the Pulitzer in 2008 and a CD has just been released. So for sheer popularity, stereo wins hands down. Grrr, (no, not at you, Jim) that's a classic example of how not to make a multichannel recording. How much of that is in high quality multichannel? Stereo vs. surround: And the winner is... With movies and music, most people listen in stereo. Because of the general increase in excellence we're not going to get a dominating figure, a giant - but that's only because so many players are standing tall. LOL. I wrote WMFT to ask when they might be available for commercial release. I was actually surprised when I saw him carrying a box to his car. It is an SACD surround disc. 2ch Stereo (2CH STEREO): The receiver outputs the sound from the front left/right speakers only. IMHO, if you like it use it. I think my remaining years will be spent recording some great performances off the internet. But the point being that "we already have this amazing body of work already recorded." Still, even in my limited, small experience of listening, I can't do without Uchida's recent Hammerklavier or some of Paul Lewis's late sonatas. You might be surprised, or I am an idiot…, Stereo VS Multi-channel amplifier performance, The common amplifier classes for the masses →, ← Replacing capacitors – to do or not to do. I can't do without Pollini's late sonatas, but I'd much rather have Lewis or Schiff's account of the late sonatas than some of the more 'classic' recordings by the more lionized pianists, i.e. DTI MA1600.4 1600 Watts 4-Channel Car Audio Stereo Amp Mosfet Power Multi Channel Bridgeable Amplifier with Bass Remote Control Included. Looking for 3-channel or 7-channel? This means 130w of power for audio and considering efficiency and the rest of the amp, I would expect about 250W power draw, on the back is stated 340W … you get the point. Have only played it as stereo. You're either some kind of post-modern (sorry) recombiner a la John Zorn in 1985, or you're doing what your elders did, just not as well (Wynton). The surround sound speakers proper are less of a big deal that one may think and will be less and less of a deal in the future as more processing will take over. They made it clear during the introduction that they were recording the performances, since they were broadcasting them that seems more than obvious to me. To put it in an area I know a little about, I just finished Michael Harvey's "The Fifth Floor" without once feeling like I was reading an echo of Chandler or Ross McDonald, or having that "it's all been done before, only better" feeling. I switched my center and right audio cables, moving Warren to the middle and the bass player to the right, as now all was to MY liking. Here, I'm sure Stephen Mejias will be more knowledgeable, but I at least know there's good music being made, a lot of it, which makes me buy the records. Stereo sound is preferred for listening to music, in theaters, radio stations dedicated to music, FM broadcasting and Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB). you would be assuming right. I love his piano playing. You read the accounts of these events and wonder, how could they not tell?? How many Beethoven piano sonatas do we need in our collections? A stereo receiver may only have analog audio connections. There is, however, scarce little GOOD multichannel, (*&(*&nabit. For me, new releases that warrent a purchase are few and far between. Also look at these really young kids coming out of nowhere, playing like ARTISTS, and not like some competition warhorse of the 80s, that sewer of a decade for classical music lovers. It is an amazing piece of music that pulls together texts from Hans Christian Andersen's story "The Little Match Girl" and texts from the St. Matthew Passion. I read that book. I doubt that Mr. Fremmer has an issue with this. These days the rejection rate (for me) goes way up because we are largly talking about music that has already been done very well many times. Multi-channel amps are a form of “Jack of all trades and master of nothing”. What is different? First, resisting hi-end/audiophiles are a more intractable problem today because all audiophiles were a much tinier minority in the mono days. Multi Channel Stereo (MULTI ST.): Outputs 2-channel left/right or monaural signals from all speakers. I know those towers from Monitor Audio quite well and they have more than enough bass if placed correctly, and he had them placed correctly. We wont need surround sound speakers. Now if we consider how many of these are available in well recorded multichannel.... end quote. But there are two forces working against multichannel for me as an audiophile. I'd rather have the Lewis' late Beehoven sitting next to the Solomon than Brendel or Kempff. They are excellent pieces and a great find for the classical music world. Mono sound is preferred in radiotelephone communications, telephone networks, and radio stations dedicated to talk shows and conversations, public address system, hearing aids. Turns out the singers (especially) and the instruments consciously and unconsciously adjusted their sound to match the recorded sound. “But I have a £1000 amp, why should I buy something else”. check this out and note that it is actual real time.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1fgo7hp-Ko&feature=related. Another example is Tchaikovsky's 1st Concerto, perhaps the most famous of all piano concertos. then i keep getting these amazing reissues from Analog Productions and Music Matters of the great Blue Note catalog. (forgive my mispellings that have probably taken place.). I skipped over a bunch of reasoning in my first note, but I agree with you - I think the performers did what they could to tuck in their sounds, and the audience - which both wanted to believe and was being encouraged to believe - went along. Yeah, I know the argument. He got a brand-new Marantz amp, discounted as open box, I believe it was £160 out of £300. It's hard enough to get today's recording artists to just back off on the compression. That is whay you can't swap them out. Do you wonder why a valve amp with a few hand-soldered parts inside wipes the floor with a state of the art, smart amplifier with 3 CPU’s inside !? Seeing that you are into 60s 70s psych rock, & pop, etc., have you had a chance to listen to the Classic Record's Big Star offerings? I give an example. Center channel is NOT just for dialog on a home-theatre or home-listening space mix. Multichannel Television Sound, better known as MTS, is the method of encoding three additional audio channels into an analog NTSC-format audio carrier.It was developed by the Broadcast Television Systems Committee, an industry group, and sometimes known as BTSC as a result.. MTS worked by adding additional audio signals in otherwise empty portions of the television signal. Mono vs Stereo Mono and Stereo are two classifications of reproduced sound. Multi-channel vs 2-channel I have a 5.1 channel set up (Classe SSP-800/CA-5200) and am considering creating a 2-ch setup within it. I had already purchased several stereo/multi-channel SACD's. as an audiophile with more than a passing interest in our recorded musical legacy what do I do? (My screen name does not refer to surround sound, it has to do with my location) The most convincing demo I've heard was at the Stereophile show in NYC a few years ago; AT&T had a seven mike, five speaker (all the same) technique with an acapella group from Cleveland I think. Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1) or multi-channel music (e.g. For the 3 channel recommenders, wasn't their issue that in that day most formats other than 30ips tape had wandering central images, ie cassette were horrible for this. From the May 2007, Letters I quote (from me): At the time, I suggested swapping multichannel SACD for stereo. That said, I don't think the state of pop/rock is too bad, once you look outside the major labels' offerings. They will continue sound fine in stereo but there's every reason that all new recordings should take advantage of the most advanced technology. I think what's going on is a general increase in excellence, as Stephen Jay Gould described in 'Wonderful Life.' 1934. Stereo headphones are the most common type of headphones around. How many Beethoven piano sonatas do we need in our collections? Composers rarely if ever wrote an exact acoustic into their music.thanksbarondla. The standard argument is that everything's already been said and that coming up with a way to be 'original' in jazz is damn near impossible. For example, a symphony orchestra could be expected to perform in a concert hall. Try locating a few of the Nimbus reissues of acoustic 78's of opera arias. The amp is rated at 65w / channel. that is absorbing just about all of my funds that I designate to audio. If I had a system as resolving as Dr. Kal's, I'd be listening in MC most, if not all, the time. DVD-Audio, SACD discs). I will not goo to deep and try to give a surface explanation that makes sense. Different surround sound types encode and decode this audio differently. As to side and back, there are reasons to have each of side and back speakers, due to HRTF's (head related transfer functions). Another thing that always gives us a good laugh here at The Audiophile DIY, is the trend where manufacturers managed to create the impossible, when manufacturers discovered a  way to generate energy out of the air, space travel should be close. Perhaps you could comment on the surround part of the recording if you hear it. Going with a rough and generous estimate the amp should draw at full power, about 1Kw. How much different is the experience of listening off a cd through a modern system, as compared to the original recording and playback chain? there are no standards in place, as such no quality control== bad format. This was and is a time when MP3 quality is good enough, because the alternative of NOT having the music at all, is not good. NO RESPONSE. I don't see Springsteen doing his next album in multichannel. "Surround" or various "Surround Modes" (Dolby ProLogic II, DTS Neo:6, etc.) If you are using a multichannel setup then we recommend choosing for multichannel versions where available so you can hear the beautiful music in surround multichannel. First of all, there are multichannel receivers  that have amazing performance as multichannel setups, but they are rare and crazy expensive. they are being measured against our great legacy of recorded jazz. I have much music on cassettes that I like and listen to on occasion, but what gets me to stop is the ill defined central images due to phasing problems on tape at 1/7/8 and the lack of true clarity. Second, the mass market is not interested in any of this. All of those venues are acoustically quite different from those of a listening room or living room in a modern home. What we think is that talent as far as technical ability, is all over the place. But that is just not true, historically speaking and seems more regressive than logical to me. Again, we're very much in agreement here, Scott. My answer is to illustrate that it is more about the state of multichannel than the state of music which is problematic. Third, there is the ubiquitous iPod generation that is as likely to grow additional ears as develop an interest in sedentary listening. Now you probably have the same face as he had … WTF is this guy talking about. And we started debating music, I advised him on some tracks he was unaware of and so on. we have the lack of excellence in new music and we have the body of brilliant music already recorded. I'm mildly disappointed, esp. I suspect multichannel in high end audio will take off like direct to disc recordings did in the 70s. Now we have this huge legacy of great recordings of great music that don't translate into multichannel. True but they could presume an expectable standard. The main part of this is power, a 7 channel amplifier will have one transformer and one main dc filter block, yes they will be bigger but still, you draw power for 7 channels from the same power block. I think I have sung the praises of Yuja Wang a few times here. I think John Marks, on his landmark Miles Davis piece, gave us the heads up about Kind of Blue was a 3 channel tape as well. He and Tom Jung left it as it was. In a two-channel system (also known as stereo), you might hear some of that sound effect, in that it might get the left and right parts right.A two-channel system can’t help with the front to back movement, however, and that’s the critical part of a surround-sound system — it surrounds you! Someone dropped the ball big time here. Why power matters? Have been stereo for years. I'll stick with 2 channel for music. In regards to that I will tell you a story. the only instance in which I could see any benefit--having the ambience(and ambience only) coming from the rear channels. well, nobody. Anyhow, here we have great lost music that would certainly be gobbled up by classical music lovers when made commercially available, plus the possible touring opportunity to go around to every major city in the country (or world for that matter), and perform these great pieces. An opera company....................... (Ever notice how strange any of these sound in open air?) Like stereo, like electronic (as opposed to acoustic) reproduction, etc. We had the same issues in the 1960's and 1980s, until something new happened. A 2 channel amplifier might have a smaller power supply block but there are only 2 channels drawing power from it. Multi-channel amps are a form of “Jack of all trades and master of nothing”. Now, only you can decide if it is worth the cost/effort to reproduce this. Are you a multichannel amp user and you have some nice front speakers? Even those with mch HT systems don't give a crap about compression and are mostly concerned with explosions and car crashes. If you look at the state of pop. As I was discovering classical music, that was the stuff I was mostly getting. It also depends on the amps really. Not much has changed. As far as Jazz goes there is definitely an increase in technical excellence. At some point, I asked him how he listens to music only, and he said he runs to whole 7.1 setups. OTOH home theater is relatively new as was hifi when stereo hit the market and as such it has been an easy transition from home video with mono or stereo sound tracks to DVD and Blu ray with surround sound. I'd much rather have a copy of that than any of the Horowitz's 'legendary' accounts. But if you want to sound like you're in a real by (*&(* concert hall, there's little like GOOD multichannel. $142.39 $ 142. Which is better DD, DTS or Multi-Channel? So yeah, I'm spending my money on those ::gasp:: LPs that are brilliantly being remastered rather than spending any money to go multichannel. If not listen in 2 channel to your heart's content. Hope you understand why we laugh. There was an explosion of talent and an explosion of great music being recorded. Do I spend the money on the amazing reissues coming from Analog Productions, Music Matters, ORG, Audio Fidelity, Classics etc etc or do I hold out for the mulitchannel releases of the Miles Davis prestige recordings? A few months back there were a World Premier and 2 U.S. Premiers of three lost Beethoven Piano Trios. Going way back to the days of cylinder records, there have been repeated demonstrations in which people could not tell whether there was a live performer or group behind a curtain, or whether they were listening to a recording or a performance piped-in from elsewhere. Not much has changed." I'll be rockin out to that tonight (after I get back from the Godzilla movie at the American Cinematheque) funny thing about all this. Sorry just rambling. a lot of stuff there that had very limited releases that is being reissued. "The stereo layer is separate from the multi-channel layer" No. Audio snakes are available in riser and plenum versions for permanent install, ultra-flexible for temporary installations, or … I do believe I went on a bit of a rant about how good we have it here in L.A. with the live classical music scene. Below is what I currently have: Stereo Only Getz/Gilberto - sounds great Carpenters Gold - sounds amazing Rolling Stones Let It Bleed - sounds ok The police Synchronicity - sounds like crap Can you imagine them putting Vladimir Horowitz just outside the left stage curtain! My take on this as I bought one of the first Meridian 565 surround sound processor is that it depends on the processor you have and it depends on the speakers you have. Likewise, all of the music that would go to your right speaker will go to all of the speakers on the right half of your room. I saw her with Charles Dutiot at Disney hall. I will keep an eye out for it. Re: Multi channel surround vs stereo. They now have a lot of technology, Bluetooth, wifi, streaming and are designed for movies, surround, streaming and functionality but music needs TWO channels, music is recorded stereo (most of the times). You have pointed out the later much better than I could but the former, the state of music, is much more problematic. If that were true then we would already have the vast majority of new music recorded in multichannel. Geez. It's far from complete, of course, it's a 1 hour presentation.). This is another problem with the music industry as a whole. Go to a friend and borrow a good stereo amp. A string quartet would be in a smaller hall or, even, a rather large salon. Wireless Bluetooth Home Stereo Amplifier - Hybrid Multi-Channel 3000 Watt Power Amplifier Home Audio Receiver System w/AM/FM Radio, MP3/USB,AUX,RCA Karaoke Mic in - Rack Mount, Remote - Pyle P3301BAT. I am just glad I still have and enjoy my internet streams of these great and unknown works. Can you imagine a pianist like Pierre Laurent Aimard, who came out specializing in Messiaen & Ligeti and now traversing through Bach, Beethoven, et al., thriving in the 80s? Here in L.A. live classical music is off the map. For the longest time I've had Pioneer Elite receivers which have Ext. Dolby® ProLogic technology This consists of four discrete channels of audio (left, right, center and rear). Long story short… he was amazed, his floor standers had bass, a bigger sound stage, the music was full of life, better transparency and amazing top end ( I am trying to use his words here as much as I remember them). If you want to transmit top-quality audio between two devices, then picking optical cables will be a smart move. It has already happened in home theater because both 5.1 and home theater have come into their own around the same time. Another factor that I hate on a high-fi receiver is all the processing, the sound goes through so much crap that it’s barely sound when it hits the amplifier stage. Classical is a distant 4th or 5th on my list of favorite genres. Watch a sample on u-tube. Quote: I wondered the same thing, and got the answer from the new book 'Perfecting Sound Forever,' which is a history of recording. A stereo receiver typically has only two built-in amplifiers, which provide a two-channel speaker configuration (left and right). Not so much. A stereo amp may internally contain two independent mono amps in one chassis (sometimes called a "dual mono" design), but in most cases they also share a common power supply. 3,1 would make so much more sense. (Yes, there is a small minority of informed audiophile hidden among them.) It's true that there are literally hundreds of Beethoven sonata recordings and one can easily be content with listening to Solomon or Kempff or Schnabel or Brendel or Backhaus, etc etc. I believe there's a remarkable surge of new talents in classical music that hasn't been seen in years, most likely decades. Hearing more of the room sound isn't really hearing more of the music. I have no desire to sit in the middle of a band with musicians all around me. And because of my line of work I often spend several months at a time away from home. But IMO the ship sailed on this one and there will never be enough material done right on multichannel to make it viable. and I keep refering to Yuja Wang. Well, some of them are hybrid SACDs, but here's the point: you said there were 2 answers why the multichannel is the way it is today: 1. state of the music and 2. state of multichannel. 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