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Are you in search subtle instrument articulations, tiniest harmonics? With perfect fidelity, the DSD256 format has the power to capture these minute details. That takes you incredibly closer to the authenticity of the original recording. Keep reading and enjoy the sound.
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Author: Yuri Korzunov,
Audiophile Inventory's developer with 25+ year experience in digital signal processing,
author of the articles that make audio easy for beginners
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What does DSD256 mean?

In the realm of high-resolution audio, the pursuit of outstanding sound quality is never-ending. As technology evolves, fresh formats emerge the challenge the limits of what is possible.

Some audio fans seek out wider and wider bands for music listening. DSD 256 has a predetermined noise concentration at higher frequencies than DSD128. This thereby simplifies solution of distortions issues into digital-to-analog converter.

But, this way does not guarantee better quality. It gives the possibilities only.

 

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How to play DSD 256 samples

Some conventional audio players and devices may not natively play DSD256. However, dedicated hi-res players and digital-to-analog converters (DACs) with DSD256 capabilities can handle this format with ease. Read details...

 

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Free downloads in DSF (D256) format

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Download files in DSF format. They have 1-bit / 11.3 MHz (a.k.a. DSD 256) audio resolution:

 

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