Amazon and buyers, read carefully and get it right!
Ken Quartarone | Allendale, NJ | 12/22/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Hey Amazon and their buyers! Read carefully before you advertise, buy or write a review! Silverline does NOT advertise these DVD releases as DVD-Audio, Amazon does! The case reads "DVD Music," which is accurate. They offer Dolby Digital and DTS audio formats, like many movies. It is only a true DVD-Audio disc if it reads "DVD-Audio Advanced Resolution," with those specific logos present! Many stores lump DVD-Audio and DTS/Dolby Digital music discs together, which causes the confusion. Click on the larger image of the Teldec releases, for instance. The DVD-Audio logos are present. These are true DVD-Audio discs. But Amazon, when you click on the larger image of a Silverline release, there is no mention of "DVD-Audio." However, on the main page for each individual Silverline release, you STILL advertise them as DVD-Audio! This is false advertising! Why don't you remove the mention of DVD-Audio on those specific pages? Or make the category "DVD-Audio/DTS/Dolby Digital Music." Reviewers, don't disparage the manufacturer, and possibly hurt their sales. I own several of these discs, and they're fine recordings, for what they truly are! Not for what you have assumed they were supposed to be!"