CD format

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The term"CD format" is used to describe digital audio which is encoded using the same format as defined by SONY/Phillips in the "Compact disc standards Red Book." This format is Linear PCM encoded with a 16 bit wordlength at 44.1kHz sample frequency.

CD format is used to describe any file that is encoded using this standard; regardless of the storage medium. For example, a CD format file can be stored on a computer hard drive for use in a digital audio recording system.

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