AAD, DDD - Digital snobbery in the 1980sVote
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The Compact Disc appeared in 1982, and at a time when anything “digital” was the future, was marketed as the ultimate in sound quality. So, to help sell “pure digital” CDs, the Society of Professional Audio Recording Services, or SPARS for short, came up with a lettering system to show how “analogue” or “digital” were a CD’s contents.
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