The new high resolution download standard.

by Audiophilia on August 28, 2013 · 0 comments

in Audiophiles and Musicians, Digital, Recordings, Sound Docks/Servers/Computer, Studio/Tech/Recording News

COO Marc Sheforgen with CEO and founder Chad Kassem at Acoustic Sounds in Salina, Kansas.  (Photo: Courtesy of Acoustic Sounds)

COO Marc Sheforgen with CEO and founder Chad Kassem at Acoustic Sounds in Salina, Kansas. (Photo: Courtesy of Acoustic Sounds)

Kansas firm sets new high-res music download standard.

Looking for a richer sound from your music downloads? Direct Stream Digital delivers 64 times the resolution of compact discs and is available for the first time in a downloadable format.

Mike Snider from USA Today reports that:

Golden-eared music lovers in search of the acoustic holy grail have a new online haven for high resolution sound.

Audiophile music retailer Acoustic Sounds on Wednesday opened Super HiRez, an online site that the company says is the first to offer major label high resolution downloads produced using Direct Stream Digital, the same technology used to make Super Audio CDs.

Read more at USA Today

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