What is the difference between DVD-Audio and CD?
DVD-Audio can provide dramatically higher quality stereo than CD with a sampling rate of up to 192kHz (compared to 44.1 kHz for CD). DVD-Audio digital sound can be delivered with up to 24 bits of data (compared to 16 bits for the CD standard). Unlike CD, DVD-Audio has the ability to offer advanced resolution multi-channel surround sound.
Artists and producers can offer listeners a playback experience that is far more faithful to the master recording than ever before possible in home entertainment systems. Like DVD-Video, a typical DVD-Audio disc contains up to seven times the data capacity of a CD.
DVD-Audio, this additional data capacity is used primarily for high quality music or for longer recordings. DVD-Audio discs may also offer visual content that can be accessed from on-screen menus. This may include text information such as artist biographies, playlists and lyrics; photo galleries; and even video clips.
- With the remote control of HT-R340 from the package HT-S590, I can not control my ONKYO DVD-Player DV-SP404E/305/405 and 406?
- I am unable to control my cassette deck with my remote control.
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