DSD Explained part 1 - Video
PUBLISHED:  Jun 09, 2017
At the 1996 AES Convention in Copenhagen the formerly CBS Research Lab introduced Direct Stream Digital, DSD for short, as a archive format that offered compact files while it contains sufficient information for conversion to sample rates as high as 352.8 kHz - unheard of in 1996. From there is went to SACD and now to DSD downloads. What is DSD all about?

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