Translation of compact disc in Spanish:

compact disc

disco compacto, n.

(compact disk)

Pronunciation: /ˈˌkɑmpækt ˈdɪsk///


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    disco compacto masculine
    compact-disc masculine
    before noun compact disc interactive interactivo
    • compact disc player compact-disc
    • It's believed around 1,000 shots were taken by several digital cameras and stored on compact discs.
    • The compact disc may still rule for the next five years but it may not outlast the digital war.
    • The floppy disk has several replacements, including writeable compact discs and keychain flash memory devices.
    • He says the roar was originally on a 78 record, then transferred on to a cassette tape, then a compact disc and is now stored as a digital computer sound.
    • Vendors are seen hawking large consignments of assorted music tapes and compact discs.
    • Your voice is converted to a digital signal, like the sound from an old record when it is recorded on a compact disk.
    • In the case of an audio compact disk, the sampling is done 44,100 times a second.
    • Here, sonic blasts from the past are entombed in a hodgepodge of vinyl records, compact discs and reel-to-reel tapes.
    • With prices of compact discs and digital mass-reproduction equipment falling steeply, international music has suddenly become a lot more affordable.
    • Digital technologies like audio compact discs permit perfect-quality copies (as opposed to analog taping).
    • The changeover in the industry from vinyl analogue recordings to digital compact discs happened remarkably quickly.
    • Twenty years ago, compact discs started the digital revolution.
    • Music companies that produced and distributed both cassettes and compact discs tended to put the blame on royalty payments and operating costs.
    • A long time ago, the computer industry decided to settle on a single set of technology standards for recording and rewriting compact discs.
    • Most journalists used the Internet, compact discs and public records in order to extract information.
    • Cory, as usual, ran to the music store to buy compact discs.
    • Several of the cassettes and compact discs he'd picked out here were country and classical music ones.
    • Record companies accuse online file-sharing networks of contributing to falling music sales by letting fans share high quality digital copies made from compact discs.
    • A new compact disk featuring some great traditional entertainers was recently launched.
    • They listen to digital compact discs or digital satellite radio and talk on digital cell phones.