Arguments made in favor of digital sound, Computer Graphics

Arguments made in favor of Digital Sound

  • Dynamic range.
  • Lower noise floor.
  • Immunity to wow and flutter.
  • Absence of generation loss.
  • Capability to apply redundancy as error-correcting codes, to prevent data losing.
  • Signal to noise ratio.
  • Resistance to media deterioration.


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