Olive Media Inc has released this 4HD high-end music server that aims to match the 24-bit/192Khz standard used in recording studios (for reference, CDs are encoded with 16-bit values at 44.1Khz). Assuming that you have the speaker setup that matches what the Olive 4HD can output, you would hear how “music sounds as it is recorded”.
The Olive 4HD comes with 2TB of storage, which is equivalent to 20,000 HD songs, or 6000 CDs. Users can move data from a PC or copy tracks from a (low-res!) CD. It costs $2000, and my question is: where do I find the HD audio content?
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