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  5. Jul 30,  · Listening, Round One After selecting the M2TECH hiFace DAC in both the Macbook Pro’s System Preferences Sound panel and Audio Midi window, I chose, as my preferred player, Amarra (). For starters, I listened to 2L’s kHz file of the Trondheim Soloists playing a movement from Britten’s Simple Symphony. Dynamics were impressively huge, the soundstage exceedingly wide, and.
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  7. Sep 07,  · Unlike older, lost civilizations that had no means to record and preserve audio, nor a method for notating musical instruction, we have been preserving sound for years, and digital audio has been accumulating like an avalanche at easily the same speed as digital words. But these are all based on technology and need a means with which to reproduce the sound, from a cylinder player to .
  8. Digital Compact Cassette: A Digital Compact Cassette (DCC) is a digital sound recording format based on magnetic tape. It was introduced by Philips and Matsushita in DCC was a successor of the analog compact cassette. Digital Compact Cassette shared a similar form factor as used by analog cassettes, so backward compatibility was ensured.