CD Freaks Article -The SuperAudio CD (SACD) explained

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“SOUNDS” Excellent!!! :d

SACD definitely is NOT a crap-like solution. Before I knew about SACD, I didn’t think anything could easily beat my Krell CD Player. Well, that was until I got an entry level Sony SACD player. It turned my 10+ year experience in audiophile upside down! It beats the Krell, which cost 20 times as much, any day! I get closer to ‘live’ music with SACD esp. with the programs that were recorded using DSD technique. If anyone wants to try out SACD, I would suggest you get a Sony CE-775 SACD player. For $200, it will bring you to a total new experience. The sampling rate of DSD is 2.8 Mhz. That figure is equivalent to 96 khz PCM sampling rate employed by DVD-Audio. Basically, you can not directly compare DSD and PCM sampling rates. They are based on two very different algorithm.

DVDA will leave SACD stone dead.