DTS HP:X Soundgarden Superunknown 20th Anniversary
By Ujam GmbH
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“The ultimate experience of Soundgarden’s 20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition of Superunknown, mixed in DTS Headphone:XTM. This immersive new technology allows you to experience the album in 11.1 surround sound, turning your normal stereo headphones into a panoramic listening experience.
Superunknown is the first Rock album featured in DTS Headphone:X – experience the entire album as a free download by picking up the 20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition on June 3, 2014. In 1994, Superunknown was released with immediate success by debuting at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Now 20 years later, the album, which continues to resonate with multi-generational music lovers, takes its colorful and heavy guitars, complex rhythms, crushing bass lines and transcending vocals into the future of music with a first-ever 11.1 surround sound mix using the new audio technology DTS Headphone:X.
- Free song Spoonman in DTS Headphone:X sound and stereo
- Interactive tour calendar feature: never miss a gig
- Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes video with Kim
- DTS Headphone:X sound takes you INSIDE the music
SUPPORTED DEVICES (iTunes)
Note that the app is compatible with iPhone 4 and above and iPod Touch 5th Generation.
What's New in Version 1.0.1
An interesting format for earbud/headphone listening
The DTS X surround format definitely opens up the depth of Soundgarden’s mix, creating an additional palette on which to paint the sonic picture. Although any headphone or earbud will work, those with better phase coherency will give a more accurate representation of the soundstage. Check it out...
Doors BLOWN OFF!
As the title says, listening to Soundgarden in this app has completely blown my doors off. I LOVE it and it's a really nice treat for everyone who has been a hard-core fan, and doubled down on the awesome deluxe set.
Sounds muddy and terrible
Love this album and the DTS intro video demo sounds cool where you can hear how they isolate the sound in all 11 channels but Spoonman sounds horrendous. I played it on $300 Grado headphones switching back and forth with the iTunes Store version at 320k and the DTS app version sounds like listening to a 128k mp3 that was recorded from someone holding their tape recorder up to a speaker on their shower radio.
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- Category: Music
- Updated: Jun 03, 2014
- Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 63.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: UJAM Development GmbH
- © Ujam GmbH
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.