High Resolution Audio

High Resolution Audio

High Resolution Audio
Woman enjoying high-res audio Woman enjoying high-res audio

The way the artists truly intended

Enjoy your music closer to the original studio recording with our range of High-Resolution Audio products. 

What is High-Resolution Audio?

The term refers to a collection of digital processes and formats that allow the encoding and playback of music using higher sampling rates than the standards used in CDs.
Original analogue recording graph

Original analogue recording

A graph of CD 16 bit/44.1 kHz

CD: 16-bit/44.1 kHz  

A graph of High-Resolution Audio at 24 bit/96 kHz

High-Resolution Audio at 24-bit/96 kHz

The graphs above start with the original analogue sound waves and illustrate the low sample rate of CDs compared to the greater frequency used to record High-Resolution Audio. There is no single standard for High-Resolution Audio, but the most commonly used specifications are 24-bit/96 kHz (3.2x more data transmitted than CD) and 24-bit/192 kHz (6.5x more data transmitted than CD).