Tag Archive for: Digital
In this article, Steve Macatee compares analog audio system to a digital audio system.
There has been very little thinking digitally about audio in my past articles. It’s time to get back to audio.
Analog … Read more
In this article, Steve Barbar addresses the term bits (numbers) to help the reader get a better understanding of dynamic range.
Once converted to a PCM digital signal, there are two fixed points of reference – the … Read more
By Steve Macatee
Welcome to a recurring column on many things digital.
Years ago, Apple Computer ran an ad campaign with photos of famous people with the slogan “Think Different.” This column’s title is an unfortunate reality of living in … Read more
By Brad Nelson
Brad Nelson clarifies the concepts of integration and convergence.
There is a great deal of confusion over the concepts of integration and convergence. One company may call themselves “system integrators,” while another might use the moniker “convergence … Read more
Thinking Digitally – By Steve Macatee
This article will help you understand what is going on within the Ethernet cables and equipment.
Us audio folks have always been careful to keep the physical transport of our audio signals under tight … Read more
Dick Campbell asked the question, How to turn 8 bits into 15 bits and get away with it? He will tell you how in the article.
Anyone listening to 8-bit linear PCM encoded audio … Read more
Thinking Digitally – Steve Macatee
Steve Macatee helps us to “think digital” to get a better understanding of subnet masks.
Subnet mask. These words are not even a sentence yet they still strike fear in all but hardened network nerds. … Read more
DSP Comparsion – Configuring a 3-Way Loudspeaker. Pat Brown looks at the transfer function of the DSP to a loudspeaker .
The last two issues of the Syn-Aud-Con Newsletter included Parts 1 and 2 of “DSP Comparison.” … Read more
By Pat Brown
How do DSPs compare? Pat Brown decided to test several DSPs and publish the measured data.
It is a buyer’s market when it comes to digital signal processors (DSP). It seems like everyone has one, and that … Read more