What isquality audio

Get ready to experience better sounding audio than the traditional CDs. With high-resolution audio, the sample rate used to convert analogue music to digital provides a strong foundation for exceptional sound quality. Lossless compression means that no music is lost during the conversion process, unlike with MP3 and AAC formats. This technology was formally established by leading record companies in 2014.

The initial attempts to deliver high-resolution audio included SACD and DVD-Audio, both optical disc formats. Though both formats were introduced in 1999, they failed to gain popularity, with the SACD sampling technique being the only one that endured.

FAQ

What is high-resolution audio?

High-resolution audio is a digital audio format that has a higher sampling rate than CDs. It provides lossless compression, ensuring that none of the music is lost during the conversion process.

What is SACD?

SACD is an optical disc format for audio storage. It is one of the formats that was introduced for high-resolution audio in 1999.

Why did SACD and DVD-Audio not gain popularity?

Both formats failed to gain popularity because they required specialized equipment that was expensive for consumers.

Experience High-Quality Audio Today

Upgrade your audio experience with high-resolution audio that provides superior sound quality. Enjoy the full range of music with lossless compression, delivering all the richness of the sounds. Start your journey to better audio today.

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