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This Mac DVD Ripper can also capture DVD audio to MP3.
Alternatively the driver can chose the integrated CD/ DVD player (or integrated 6-disc DVD changer) for Audio CDs, DVD Audio and Audio from DVD Video.
One month later, JVC extended the line with a $199 180-watt micro system with USB port, and DVD and DVD audio progressive scan output, allowing the unit to also function as a home theater system.
It will read a DVD Audio disc and play it as a digital source but not in the true DVD Audio format.
National's DVD-on-a-chip, which incorporates a 32-bit RISC processor, MPEG specific hardware, 10-bit video DACs and an NTSC/PAL encoder, will provide TAG McLaren's new DVD32R player with support for all DVD audio and video CD specifications and it will enable such capabilities as in-field re-programmability.
said Tuesday it will introduce two DVD audio players to the domestic market on June 30.
"The exceptional price/performance of the PCM1604 is ideal for next generation multi-channel systems which utilize the emerging 192kHz DVD audio standard," said Mike Centorino, audio product marketing manager at Burr-Brown.
KLIMACH: "DVD audio, with such titles as Walt Disney Records' 'FANTASIA/2000.'"
Bell expects to see a rapid increase in the take-up of the DVD audio format now that record companies can be assured of copyright protection.
The recording industry, said the trade org, has three primary goals for the release of DVD audio. First, DVD audio discs must play on CD machines, and CDs must play on DVD machines to ensure that consumers' CD collections won't become obsolete.