After vacillating for a few years on whether or not to purchase this product from Midland, I recently bit the bullet and have now received the DVD which is a re-release of the Decca Sounds of Brass Volume 24 LP from 1975. On the website Midland states: "This DVD is an AUDIO ONLY format with no video streams, it allows you to listen to historical Brass Band recordings in today's sound formats. There are 3 sound formats on this DVD - 16 bit stereo (used for CD format) 24 bit uncompressed - stereo - high resolution sound. DVD quality DTS - 4.0 (Digital Theatre Sound). Complete with interactive menu for track selection via your TV screen. IMPORTANT NOTE: This DVD is produced in the PAL format, Customers whose country uses NTSC format must ensure their DVD player can play PAL format." I can play the DVD on my computer but also assumed that I would be able to play the 16-bit format in my car but that doesn't work. I would also like to get this on my ipod but that doesn't appear possible either. My 70 year old ears don't really care about the technical advances of 24 bit DVD quality; I just want to be able to listen to this music other than on my computer. Do any of you "Techies" have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.