Audio's Audiophile Collection

VA - Audiophile Piano Collection (2017)  Vinyl & HR

Posted by SERTiL at Jan. 14, 2017
VA - Audiophile Piano Collection (2017)

VA - Audiophile Piano Collection
Jazz | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz & 24-bit/44.1 kHz | 64:39 min | 1.17 GB | Digital booklet
Label: Chesky Records | Tracks: 10 | Rls.date: 2017

Master - Superior Audiophile (2016) [SACD-R][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by Discograf_man at Jan. 3, 2017
Master - Superior Audiophile (2016) [SACD-R][OF]

Master - Superior Audiophile (2016) [SACD-R][OF]
Instrumental, Jazz, Tango | SACD ISO: DST64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 0.97 GB + 5% Recovery
Label: Master | Release Year: 2016

This sampler SACD contains music from such artist as Sinne Eeg, Quadro Nuevo, Scott Hamilton, Nicki Parott, Fragile, Simone Kopmajer, Martina Eisenrich and more.
Gong - Camembert Electrique (1971) {2015 Remastered Audiophile Edition - Charly Acquisitions}

Gong - Camembert Electrique (1971) {2015 Remastered Audiophile Edition - Charly Acquisitions}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 258 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 92 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 109 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1971, 2015 BYG Recording / Charly Acquisitions Ltd. | Charly X 680
Rock / Art Rock / British Psychedelia / Canterbury Scene / Prog-Rock

2015 Remastered Audiophile Edition. Issued in a replica of the original gatefold cover with a 24 page booklet including new liner notes, credits, lyrics and a Charly Records advertising booklet. Digitally remastered from the original BYG 1/4-inch analogue master tape at Soundmastering Limited, London. This LP was recorded during full moons of May, & June & September, 1971 at Strawberry Studios ("Honky Chateau") Herrouville, Normandy, France

The Audiophile Loudspeaker Anyone Can Build: Anyone Can Build (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at Sept. 27, 2016
The Audiophile Loudspeaker Anyone Can Build: Anyone Can Build (Repost)

The Audiophile Loudspeaker Anyone Can Build: Anyone Can Build by Gene Healy
Publisher: Boston Post Pub Co | 1996 | ISBN: 0964777703 | 163 pages | PDF | 6,7 MB

Healy's profusely illustrated how-to counters the usual cloudy instructions in the art of stereo speaker construction with simple prose in large, readable print (a distinct advantage when constantly looking back and forth between instructions and the pieces of an unassembled electronic toy) and the aforementioned illustrations, which portray, step by step, the building of a high-quality speaker from scratch.

The Godfather Collection (1972-1990)  Video

Posted by Mindsnatcher at Aug. 4, 2016
The Godfather Collection (1972-1990)

The Godfather Collection (1972-1990)
The Coppola Restoration | The Godfather / The Godfather: Part II / The Godfather: Part III
1080p BDRip | m4v | x264 AVC @ 13.8 Mbps | 1920 x 1080 | 9h 10min | 51.1 GB
720p BDRip | m4v | x264 AVC @ 9.9 Mbps | 1280 x 720 | 9h 10min | 38.8 GB
Audio: 6-ch English AC-3 @ 640 Kbps | Subtitles: English, Russian
Genre: Drama, Epic, Crime, Period

This Blu-ray edition of The Godfather Collection is perhaps the most impressive set ever released on home video. Sure, other collections may have offered more supplemental features, more movies, and many have offered audio and video qualities that present to viewers and listeners that "modern" high definition experience, and all of that is absolutely wonderful.

L'Eclisse (1962) [The Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by yorkiez at Aug. 1, 2016
L'Eclisse (1962) [The Criterion Collection]

L'Eclisse (1962) [The Criterion Collection]
DVDRip | MKV/AVC x264 ~2000 kbps avg | 2Hr 06Mins | 23.976 fps | 720x464 | 2.10 GB
Audio: Italian | AC3 1 Ch 192 Kbps + Commentary track | Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama, Romance | Director: Michelangelo Antonioni

In the suburbs of Rome, the translator Vittoria breaks her engagement with her boyfriend, the writer Ricardo, after a troubled night. Vittoria goes downtown to meet her mother, who is addicted to the stock market, and she meets the broker Piero on a day of crash. The materialist Piero and the absent Vittoria begin a monosyllabic relationship.

Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) [The Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by yorkiez at Aug. 1, 2016
Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) [The Criterion Collection]

Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) [The Criterion Collection]
DVDRip | MKV/AVC x264 ~2500 kbps avg | 1Hr 35Mins | 23.976 fps | 672x480 | 1.80 GB
Audio: French | AC3 1 Ch 192 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama | Director: Robert Bresson

The story of a mistreated donkey and the people around him. A study on saintliness and a sister piece to Bresson's Mouchette.

Ugetsu (1953) [The Criterion Collection #309] Re-Up  Video

Posted by Efgrapha at July 15, 2016
Ugetsu (1953) [The Criterion Collection #309] Re-Up

Ugetsu Monogatari (1953) [The Criterion Collection #309]
2xDVD9 | ISO | NTSC, 4:3 (720x480) VBR | Disc 1 - 01:38:55, Disc 2 - 02:29:43 | 16.24 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Romantic Fantasy, Drama, Mystery

Presented in a manner as eerie as it is heartbreaking, this film is a gorgeous supernatural fable about the folly of men with dreams larger than their abilities and their women who suffer as a result. Genjuro (Masuyaki Mori) is a potter who longs for wealth and luxury, while Tobei (Sakae Ozawa), a farmer, dreams of the glories of the samurai to the point of ignoring his wife. Though a war rages around them, they venture to town to sell their wares. Genjuro becomes bewitched by a beautiful though vengeful ghost (Machiko Kyo), while his wife is murdered by a soldier; Tobei becomes a noted warrior, while his wife descends into prostitution after being raped while searching for her husband.
Une chambre en ville (1982) [The Criterion Collection #719] Re-Up

A Room in Town (1982) [The Criterion Collection #719]
2xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC, 16:9 (720x480) VBR | 01:34:20 (film) | 16.08 Gb
Audio: French AC3 2.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Drama, Musical

In the style of an operetta, like director Jacques Demy's more famous film the Umbrellas of Cherbourg, this melodramatic story is set in Nantes in 1955 and centers around the tragedies of three or four intertwined lives. First, there is the young steel worker (Richard Berry) who is out on strike and has rented a room from an upper-class widow (Danielle Darrieux), a woman in sympathy with the strikers. The blue-collar worker has a girlfriend he finds less and less interesting just as she is more and more pregnant, and their relationship seems fated to end, one way or another. Then there is Edith (Dominique Sanda), the daughter of the widow, married to a wealthy, impotent, skinflint of a merchant caught up in his own neuroses, and, whether for that reason or several others, Edith is a part-time hooker. One evening she shows up in the worker's rented room, wearing a fur coat and nothing else – and the two share a night of passion. Now mother, daughter, the worker, and the daughter's husband have formed a very unstable chain of relationships, due to snap because at least one link is exceedingly weak.

The Seventh Seal (1957) [The Criterion Collection #11] [Repost]  Video

Posted by Efgrapha at July 14, 2016
The Seventh Seal (1957) [The Criterion Collection #11] [Repost]

The Seventh Seal (1957) [The Criterion Collection #11]
2xDVD9 | ISO | NTSC (720x480) VBR, 4:3 (film) 16:9 (documentary) | 01:37:33/01:23:22 | 13.82 Gb
Audio: Swedish AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps; English AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Drama, Fantasy

Endlessly imitated and parodied, Ingmar Bergman's landmark art movie The Seventh Seal (Det Sjunde Inseglet) retains its ability to hold an audience spellbound. Bergman regular Max von Sydow stars as a 14th century knight named Antonius Block, wearily heading home after ten years' worth of combat. Disillusioned by unending war, plague, and misery Block has concluded that God does not exist. As he trudges across the wilderness, Block is visited by Death (Bengt Ekerot), garbed in the traditional black robe. Unwilling to give up the ghost, Block challenges Death to a game of chess. If he wins, he lives – if not, he'll allow Death to claim him. As they play, the knight and the Grim Reaper get into a spirited discussion over whether or not God exists. To recount all that happens next would diminish the impact of the film itself; we can observe that The Seventh Seal ends with one of the most indelible of all of Bergman's cinematic images: the near-silhouette "Dance of Death".