Samsung HW-K850 Wireless Cinematic Smart Soundbar with Dolby Atmos
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From ordinary to exceptional surround Surround Sound Expansion Plus lets you up mix any content to enjoy in 5. Forward and Upward Multi-dimensional cinematic sound is no longer just for movie theatres. Sweet anywhere you sit Finding the sweet spot just got a lot easier. Contains alternate versions, stereo versions and some previously unreleased tracks. Eight previously unreleased tracks. In addition to the hit 'Rip Van Winkle', this includes all their 45s Includes 2 bonus acappella tracks.
Relive that happy time with this CD featuring the Dovells. DOVELLS - Sharp As A Pistol Although primarily remembered as a blue eyed soul outfit with a predilection for dance craze records, The Dovells were a serious white doo wop group who were heavily influenced by the vocal groups who emerged from New York during the late s.
This great 32 track set features the two complete albums Bristol Stomp and All the Hits of the Teen Groups plus bonus tracks. Fully detailed liner notes covering their career. They recorded solo and as backing singers for Richard Berry who said of them "they sing like angels". Total of 16 tracks.
Includes all the favorites you remember by the Dukays! While many vocal groups performed standards from the 40's and 50's, only the Duprees could pull them off the way they did. Includes all tracks from both albums. All original recordings - 25 original classics.
Includes 'Till Then', 'Never', and many more. The Earls featuring Larry Chance This CD is an anthology of the years Covers the Endings from t0 This set includes a bonus CD-Rom with biography, photo gallery and discography. Some tracks accompanied by music, some are acappella.
Includes 10 previously unreleased sides. Includes all your favorites from this time period. Includes favorites from each! Includes previously unreleased material also! This CD features Tony Passalacqua, one of the great leads of the time! Hear the great tunes! Includes 'You Were Mine' and 31 other tracks. Includes three acappella tracks - and all of your favorites. Includes 'Do You Remember? All tracks are original recordings. All 12 tracks are original recordings. This set contains 42 tracks - all tracks are original recordings.
Flamingos fans shouldn't miss this one! What could be better! The Four Epics just as you remember them. Includes 12 page booklet with discography.
From early 1 hits like 'Sherry' to latter-day smash 'Grease', this 2 cd set captures the magic of one of rock'n'roll's early supergroups. Includes everything you think it should!! Includes all your favorites.
Is your favorite listed? Magic" an unreleased track. It is unique in that it is always changing and evolving — never stagnant or static. This chill, laid back soundscape is an ebb and flow of completely natural white noise of moderate intensity. The trees are still adorned with leaves, in which their presence modulates and colours the noise of the wind with rustling whispers. These features are complemented by a velvety relaxing tempo that makes this recording an ideal gadget for both sleep and study.
Autumn Winds is as ignorable as it is interesting — it does not demand your attention, but rewards it. Recorded in the northern Canadian taiga of coniferous forests in September of There are no sounds of birds, animals, insects, planes, cars, voices or music. This is a non-looped soundscape of pure natural wind sounds no synthesizers, no layering, no post-processing. Completely seamless and includes no fade-in or fade-out at the beginning or end. Binaural baffle, omni-directional microphone technique.
A field recording from my trip to the Rockies — descending swiftly from the ice fields of the Rocky Mountains, the Kicking Horse River is both a geological and acoustic wonder. It still follows the path it chose before massive glaciers filled the space between these mountains.
When the great ice sheet finally disappeared, a broad U-shaped valley was left in its wake and at its bottom, the Kicking Horse River remained — a spectacular remnant of another age. While exploring a Rocky Mountain river in , surveyor-geologist James Hector suffered a near-fatal kick by his packhorse.
Hector survived, and the river and a nearby mountain pass were named in honour of the incident. White noise permeates this soundscape through the relaxing auditory medium of constant streaming water. You can hear the rushing flow of water from the main current shifting amongst the rocks, the harmonic splash of spray, and volumes of water gushing over and around the rocks and boulders all around me.
The atmosphere is suffused by white milky mist thrown up into the air by splash and spray everywhere. Digital stereo quasi-binaural field recording. Listen with headphones to produce a 3-dimensional auditory experience. Link to binaural recording techniques. I have never been more charmed by a country quite like Sri Lanka.
As ubiquitous as poverty is, right alongside the high infant mortality rates, these people are albeit proud, educated, genuinely hospitable, and sedulously spiritual. For example, my guide Carlu had an advanced collegiate degree, could speak several languages fluently, knew almost every single plant and animal by both their Latin and common names including hilarious scientific anecdotes, but most importantly he was remarkably at ease and eager to discuss the meaning of life for hours on end during the lazy evening hours.
Even though he was in his sixties, he was tireless. I bussed him on the cheek and squeezed his testicles. Carlu is just one of the many reasons that Arthur C. Clarke author of A Space Odyssey, R. P March 19, lived here, which introduces how I had come to visit Sri Lanka in the first place. A good childhood friend of mine had just returned from Sri Lanka on a business trip, and she suggested that I travel to the island country to record some of the environment because the denizens are so spiritually uplifting.
Though despite the dense population, she assured me that it was also a quiet place, relatively free of noise pollution in the rural areas. The biosphere reserves are very well respected and preserved which to my favor complemented generously my existing library of environmental ambience and wildlife recordings. I wrote the correspondence letter that same day. Three weeks later, I received a hand written letter in my mailbox from Mr.
Clarke graciously referring me to several scholars and experts on nature and Carlu was one of them. Carlu took me to the Kanneliya Forest, Hurulu Reserve, Horton Plains, and Kalutara Beach, and all four places produced environmental ambience recordings of sexcellent quality. Sleepy Beach Waves takes place on the secluded Kalutara Beach, which is a long, narrow strip of land of situated 38 kilometers south of Mr.
The lush ebb and flow of waves — both distant and near — gently caress the shore as they break and recede, leaving a light hissing symphonic trail of sound as the surf ever so softly sizzles itself in. There was no wind at all, which was pretty rare for an open beach — so I removed the microphone windscreens to allow every creamy little detail to be recorded. At the conclusion of this hour long field recording session I snapped up this photo. Relaxing beach ambience at its best — without the seagulls, without the swimmers, without the sailors.
No birds, no animals, no people, no music. No looping or layering effects were used. This is one full hour of pure, unadulterated, wholesome beach waves — both distant and near — lapping against the sun-kissed sandy shores of the Kalutara on a sleepy September sunset twilight.
This soundscape captures the most primal essence of stranded seaside serenity and solitude in degree binaural surround sound. Ah… so peaceful here. Slip on a pair of stereo headphones and dare to cast yourself away. Dreamshower was recorded in the middle of the night at a narrow passage in the mystical white crystalline La Cloche mountains. Dreamshower exudes a particular ambience and unique vibration. The recording encompasses the middle to upper audio spectrum with variations caused by the water flows and splashes which creates a mesmerizing rhythm that plays up and down in pitch.
This is a crisp clean rain recording enveloped by a depth and spaciousness that slowly evolves and unfolds. The natural variability makes it less fatiguing to listen to when compared to electronically generated rain sounds.
Everyone is snuggled into their beds to stay dry, being gently lulled to sleep. The perfect non-drug sleep aid to help you relax and fall asleep. Play Dreamshower at bedtime and drift off to a peaceful and relaxing slumber to alleviate insomnia and sleeplessness. The bright, radiant reflection of watery frequencies off the crystalline snow-breaded banks, coupled with the extra revitalizing flow of spring snowmelt, creates a special seasonal sound of exceptional vibrant sonic clarity.
Several unique properties give this field recording a special enchanting aura. The location I recorded it from was unique in that I had found a large two-yard wide, relatively flat-surfaced rock that was almost exactly centered in the riverbed where I set up my mikes and baffle.
The river splits and flows past both sides of the rock and reintertwines right from behind. Water is also bubbling its own nuances from underneath this useful instrumental rock. The headphone-clad listener will be facing upstream as a full degree binaural panorama of surround sound water swishes and bubbles past omni-directionally to either side and behind.
As lower-pitched kerplunks and soft percussive notes of water emanate from below, eddies swirl sensuously to either side, and a thousand spherical points of sound drift across the riverbed. Cedar and pine trees alternate with oak and maple among the surrounding flora. A minimalist field recording, Wilderness River has no birds, no animals, no wind, no insects and no man-made sounds cars, planes, voices, etc.
Wilderness River is a non-looped natural soundscape composed of an hour-long on-location digital stereo quasi-binaural field recording. Firstly, the accent here is so endearing. The soft accents are very sweet and congenial, while the thicker accents are thoroughly amusing. I kinda wish I had a Scottish accent. Scotland is just darn beautiful. It has snow, it has beautiful glens and pristine rolling hills, it has zillions of miles of unspoiled picturesque wilderness.
And everywhere that I go there is the smell of soft grandmotherly perfume wafting in the air, not harsh overpowering perfume like the kind that women smokers wear to cover up the stench of nicotine, but rather, a flowery smell soldered with the scent of a fresh, clean baby.
Another thing is the people here are so decidedly friendly — strangers have invited me out on several occasions, from which one of them is how this recording came to be. Nevertheless, throughout the morning I traipsed about aimlessly through the snow— listening.
Not for anything in particular, just the whole place; not a thought, not a word. Eventually I sussed out a spot in a large area of pine trees especially chosen for its particularly musical qualities, about 20 feet into the cluster. This particular patch of trees was relatively dense which barred the wind from sundering itself, but rather, allowed it to sing its way around and over the trees. I found that this exuberant sound is special to this particular spot, because when I tried a few other locations that were easier to get to, all failed to match the essence that I captured here.
Caledonian Squalls is a delightfully rousing white noise MP3 with 65 minutes of deep, balming winds heartily rushing through the pines of the Scottish Cairngorms. Wandering through fields of stridulate noise, wafting on languid breezes, these winds conjure a pleasantly piquant air doused with low-pitched frequencies that lend a pensive edge to this delicate aural lattice.
They as well provide an elusive foundation for the aerial sonic stream, gradually accumulating a subtle puissance until reaching a level of heightened intensity naturally crafted to stimulate the subconscious, only to nimbly glissade back into moderate aplomb. Excellent for both sleep and study, this wintry field recording is a breathy atmosphere conveyed by relaxing rhythms of infinite scope, naturally executed with placid restraint.
No birds, animals, or planes are included. Thousands of joyous sinuous streams are born in the snowy range, but nary a poet among them all can sing like my little friend here. Men are not born equal, neither are streams. This snowy alpine stream here was born a poet, a perfect seraph among its palavering fellows. This stream sang cheerily at every ripple, establishing liquid tempos amid pleasantly shrill chords of crystalline demeanor, and its tasty dose of bubbles strived to elevate the frivolous mien.
Even in these barren white fields frozen with snow, these alabaster deserts ostensibly devoid of all life, here lies an emphatically frolicsome, simultaneously imperterturbable wilderness glacier stream — a tenuous bubbling soup of placid sonic textures and pleasantly shrill ricocheting notes of water.