Happened across an interesting article on AudioStream today.
written about all the confusing terminology around audio formats and
the quality of those versus MP3, CD etc. and how this is probably
confusing the general public.
I agree, simplicity is
key and high resolution formats should be bundled up together to promote
that they are better than CDs. Of course, once you've chosen to buy
something that's better than CD, you've still got to decide if your
player can cope with DSD, for example. But at least consistency would
help cement the possibilities in the minds of the public. Some of the
industry are pushing HRA (High Resolution Audio). AudioStream have gone
with (in descending order of quality):
Seems reasonable to me.
Here's the article: http://www.audiostream.com/content/whats-name-hd-hra-dxd-dsd