2015CES - Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab to Debut Its GAIN HD With 4X DSD Digital Mastering Technology at CES 2015

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab in Las Vegas Jan 6-9

At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Jan. 6-9, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MFSL), the world's most renowned audiophile record and CD label, will be premiering its first releases featuring its new GAIN HD with 4X DSD digital mastering technology. We invite you to visit Mobile Fidelity in Suite 29-120 at The Venetian and hear the company's latest digital and analog sonic achievements.


The GAIN HD mastering process utilizes 4X DSD direct-to-1X DSD conversion for the high-resolution SACD layer and 4X DSD direct-to-CD conversion for the CD layer. This newly implemented mastering chain achieves a higher level of musical accuracy, resolution and fidelity from MFSL's ULTRADISC UHR Hybrid SACD series.

The GAIN HD 4X DSD process delivers a subtle but significant improvement in low-level detail, ambient information and "air", and perhaps most importantly, a relaxed ease in the musical presentation that simply sounds less "reproduced" and more natural and involving.

Mobile Fidelity's GAIN HD mastering technology will make its debut with three iconic titles.

The company will also have major news for all of you vinyl aficionados…

WHERE: Mobile Fidelity's newest ULTRADISC UHR Hybrid SACD GAIN HD with 4X DSD releases can be heard in the Sound Solutions/Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. Suite 29-120 at The Venetian.

WHEN: Please visit during show hours: Tuesday, January 6 - Friday, January 9. You may also schedule an appointment to visit the room.

WHO: Key Mobile Fidelity engineers will be on hand to give you the news and answer any questions about the new UHR GAIN HD releases…and more.

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