Originally Posted by stevea
Is there any reason why music should not just move on from SACD/DVD-A to TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio?
I would guess the cost of entry is currently too high for most music labels. Also, most music content does not have associated video. A DVD-A disk might have ~5GB of data, far less than the capacity of HD-DVD or Blu-Ray. Some concerts (Dave Mathews) and an opera (The Magic Flute) have been released in hi-def format, and it will be interesting to see how these do in the marketplace.
I'm still strongly in favor of the downloaded content model where I can pick and choose which tracks I want, store them on a server and select and play these tracks through a modern, graphical interface.