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Old 02-24-2018, 01:17 PM
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there are 2 surround mixes for both Dark Side and Wish You Were Here. the original quad of Dark Side was done by Alan Parsons (of the Project) and is superior to the 5.1 modern surround mix.

True discrete surround can be so much fun....I used to isolate the rear speakers alone and you would hear all kinds of things you didn't even know were there listening to the stereo version, because the more instruments, the more things get buried.
I love to isolate, too!!! Welcome to the Machine is amazing in Quad.
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Old 03-02-2018, 09:25 AM
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I have Dark Side on SACD. You need a SACD player which are semi easy to find at thrift stores now. Many Sony and Denon and some Yamaha DVD players have the SACD logo on them. If you plug them into any 5.1 surround amp you can hear the SACD in surround, it also works for the 2002-2003 era Rumours & Say You Will surround discs.
Rumours & Say You Will were released back then on DVD Audio; your player needs to be able to play those (as they are different to SACD).
Other brands than Sony often combine the ability to play both SACD and DVD Audio discs (look at the logo).
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