You're missing the point. The SACD layer of some were sourced from upsampled Redbook masters. I, Robot was recorded analog in 1977. Patricia Barber's Nightclub was recorded in 2000 prior to the introduction of SACD! Surely you understand that DSOTM was recorded nearly forty-five years ago. Speaking of which, the engineer who produced the SACD remix is an avid promoter of high resolution recordings, including 192/24. Ever seen a spectrum analysis of recorded content? You can clearly see when they are bandwidth limited. Read the description again: "I do not currently have a detailed equipment list for this venue, but the speakers were very large and capable high-end monitors, approximately 7 feet tall, and the power amps were sufficient to drive the speakers to very high levels without audible distortion." Perhaps that impresses you... That makes no sense whatsoever. Crappy gear won't reveal what better gear can.