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K2 High Definition

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K2 High Definition

K2 High Definition (K2HD) is a mastering technique developed by JVC Music. K2HD encodes the music in 24 bit and 100 kHz resolution while in the mastering stage, even though the end product is a standard red book CD (16 bit, 44.1 kHz) and does not require special hardware for playback.

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External links

  • (Japanese) JVC Music
  • DAGOGO's K2HD description
  • Flair Mastering World technical description of K2HD in English
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