We have provided TWO MORE FREE HRX DOWNLOADS on ComputerAudiophile.com! The tracks are 'Tain't So! from Dick Hyman's Thinking About Bix and Satie, arr. Debussy: Gymnopedie No. 1 from the Minnesota Orchestra's Reveries. So visit http://computeraudiophile.com and download away!
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Two More Complimentary 24/176.4 HRx Downloads Courtesy of Reference Recordings
Once again CA supporter and industry leader Reference Recordings has supplied two complimentary high resolution audio tracks for Computer Audiophile readers. The first two HRx tracks offered by RR in 2009 have been downloaded and enjoyed by thousands and thousands of readers. The next two tracks are from RR classics Thinking About Bix and Reveries. The tracks are offered in stunning HRx 24/176.4 quality. As many readers know HRx is a trade name owned by Reference Recordings. It means so much more than simply high resolution 24 bit / 176.4 kHz audio. HRx material is an exact copy of the digital master files directly from Reference Recordings or an analog to digital transfer using the highest quality process in the industry. There is no upsampling from a lower sample rate. The HRx logo should give audiophiles piece of mind that what you see is what you get.
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