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What is SACD? It is short for Super Audio Compact Disc, which is a read-only optical disc format for audio storage. The first appearance of SACD was in 1999. It was jointly developed by Sony and Philips Electronics and intended to be the successor to the compact disc (CD) format.
Compared with conventional CDs, the SACD format provides more audio channels (for example, surround sound), a higher bit rate, and longer playback time. SACD is designed to be played on SACD players, but hybrid SACD includes a Red Book CD Digital Audio (CDDA) layer that can be played on standard CD players. 2b1af7f3a8