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Digital audio is sound (often music or speech) which is recorded (born-digital) or converted from analog sources and stored in a digital format. Digital audio can be stored on a variety of storage media, including compact disc, audio CD, audio DVD, DAT tape, or as a computer file. Playing equipment decodes the stored signal.
In recent years, music industry has seen a series of changes, for example from analogue cassette players to portable mp3 players to smartphones and other mobile devices. Today, music is often downloaded from the Internet in MP3 format and similarly compressed formats. It is often stored on portable storage devices or played directly from the cloud.
This category has the following 20 subcategories, out of 20 total.
- ► Sound chips (1 C, 33 P)
- ► Internet audio players (21 P)
- ► Digital radio (6 C, 29 P)
- ► Tag editors (3 C, 27 P)
- ► Voice over IP (6 C, 58 P)
Pages in category "Digital audio"
The following 160 pages are in this category, out of 160 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Dante (networking)
- Data compression
- Dbx Model 700 Digital Audio Processor
- Glossary of digital audio
- Digital Audio Stationary Head
- Digital Audio Tape
- Digital audio workstation
- Digital Compact Cassette
- Digital Living Network Alliance
- Digital Media Academy
- Digital media player
- Digital mixing console
- Digital Sound Factory
- Digital sound revolution
- Digital speaker
- Dolby Digital Plus
- Dolby E
- Dolby Laboratories