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The Application of a New High-Density Optical Disc for Audio
Fifteen years have passed since the introduction of the Laser Disc (LD) and Compact Disc (CD). During this period, the production technologies of short wavelength red laser diodes and high-precision optical discs have been developed. This fact resulted in a large capacity, 5- GB per side (single layer) or 9-GB per side (dual layer), Super Density (SD) format read-only optical disc. In this paper the application of the disc for audio, such as 96- kHz sampling 24-bit high-quality audio, is discussed.
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