looks like BD-A is but a grass routes crusade at this point. yeah, right… don’t hold your breath.
having said that, i’d pick up any titles by artists you like that appear.
BTW, this (BD-A) is a dumbed down version of SACD and DVD-A.
DVD-As are already doing 192kHz/24 bit sampling rather than just 96kHz/24 that BD-As are.
SACDs do one better with one bit DSD sampling. Techy jargon, but I’ve got some music on both SACD and DVD-A (Fleetwood Mac Rumors, Eagles Hotel California) and the SACDs definitely sound much better, even on my modest system. With what you’ve now got going on, the differences will be far more dramatic.
So… bottom line, with BD-A at only at 96K/24 bit, I’m not holding my breath for good audio. Better than CDs?… Absolutely, far better in fact. But still a full notch below DVD-As which are already a full notch below SACDs. Remember that the buck stops (or begins) at the quality of the source. Crappy source and all the gear in the world will just get more glorified crappy music.
The benefit of BD-As of course is that they will be playable by anyone with a BD player, which is most everyone these days.