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* [[Audio storage]] * [[Audio storage]]
* [[High fidelity]] * [[High fidelity]]
- +== See also ==
 +* [[5.1 Music Disc]]
 +* [[Bit rot]]
 +* [[Compact Disc bronzing]]
 +* [[Compact Disc player]]
 +* [[Digipak]]
 +* [[Disk drive performance characteristics]]
 +* [[DualDisc]]
 +* [[Extended Resolution Compact Disc]]
 +* [[High Definition Compatible Digital]]
 +* [[High fidelity]]
 +* [[Home cinema]]
 +* [[K2 High Definition]]
 +* [[Longbox]]
 +* [[MP3 CD]]
 +* [[Rainbow Books]]
 +* [[SPARS code]]
 +* [[Video Single Disc]]
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A Compact Disc (or CD) is an optical disc used to store digital data, originally developed for storing digital audio. The CD, available on the market since late 1982, remains the standard playback medium for commercial audio recordings to the present day.

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