SACD...how does it work?

  Fateful Thankful Shadow 13:38 29 Jul 2003
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I was recently reading about the new format called SACD. I looked and it said that it was able to produce sounds upto 100kHz...but can't human hearing only hear to a maximum of 20kHz.

How does this higher sound benefit to a listeners experience, and how will this improve the way we listen to music?

  Jester2K II 13:44 29 Jul 2003
  Jester2K II 13:48 29 Jul 2003

click here

Not sure where you got those numbers from though...

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Q: What is SACD?
A: Super Audio CD is a new format developed by Philips and Sony. It uses DSD (Direct stream digital) and a 4.7GB disc with 2.8 MHz to give the consumer an audio experience so real you think you are in the recording studio or front row at a concert

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