Here I thought they did telephones.
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Interesting. The AT&T folks had a listening room set up at the HiFi show here in NYC last weekend where, I assume, they were demonstrating exactly the new technology in question. I spent about five minutes in there, didn't manage to get a decent enough seat to really hear what it was doing for me, and then left for more flashy environs. It was essentially a five channel setup and they were running various tracks through a computer and using various different processors for comparison. Sounded ok from where I was, but not stunning enough for me to wait for a seat in the good spots. Now I'm wishing I had, but, at the same time, maybe it's just as well that I didn't...
Ok. We are now faced with SACD, DVD-A and now AT&T is leading us to believe there is even better multi-channel. Here is the question. Are we rapidly approaching the day where our digital audio players are out of date the minute we walk out the door of our local audio dealer with them? A situation similar to the modern computer market. Cheers, Doug