Fraunhofer Institute improved crystal clear sound in studio quality AAC format: the scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute have with the new HD-AAC audio format the dream of music lovers. The portal for online auctions auvito.de explained what it has announced technology on himself. With the invention of the MP3 player, the researchers of the Fraunhofer Institute for integrated circuit already set standards. They want to repeat now what 1998 succeeded in: revolutionized the music market. For improving the current audio standards AAC, which, for example, Apple already uses in his i-tunes store.
With further development, the developers promise high-definition”sound. In contrast to a normal audio CD, which plays music in a quality 16-bit at a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, the new standard reflects the quality actually produced in the Studio. It currently provides a quality 24-bit 96 kHz. Due to this improvement, the scientists christened the format analog to modern television HD-AAC: High definition for the ears. In addition to the sound quality to take warning from researchers on the backward compatibility of the technology. So the files with any device can be played, which already supports the AAC standard. These include in addition to iPod and iPhone many common MP3 players and mobile phones.