.2CH File Extension

A .2CH file is a Super Audio CD Two-Channel Audio, created by Sony and Phillips.

Open with VideoLAN VLC media player. Available for Linux, Windows, and Mac.

What is a .2CH file?

A .2CH file is a type of audio file that has music or sounds that are designed to be played in two separate channels, which means it can play different sounds in the left and right speakers or headphones. This kind of file is usually found on a Super Audio CD (SACD), which is a special type of CD that has high-quality audio. People might have .2CH files because they copied a song from a Super Audio CD, or they downloaded the music from a place on the internet that sells songs.

The .2CH file is a stereo version, which means it's made to sound good on two speakers or headphones. It is related to another type of file called .DFF, but .2CH files are specifically for listening in stereo.

To open and listen to a .2CH file, you can use several different programs. One popular program is the VideoLAN VLC media player. This player is available for many devices, including computers that run Windows or macOS, and also for mobile devices like iPhones (iOS) and Android phones. Another program that can open .2CH files is Foobar2000, which is a music player for computers. There's also a special tool called Super Audio CD Decoder that can work with these files.

In summary, if you have a .2CH file and you want to listen to it, you can use the VideoLAN VLC media player on almost any device, Foobar2000 on a computer, or the Super Audio CD Decoder for a more specialized option.


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