Papers: Performance Challenges in Audio Converter DesignAES paper by IAN DENNIS (Prism Sound group, Cambridge, UK)
The habitat of audio converters is ever-changing. Early converters were built into stand-alone digital audio equipment. Later, they were built as stand-alone conversion devices with dedicated digital audio connectivity. Nowadays they are increasingly offered as peripherals for PCs or computer networks. All the while performance targets have been rising. In some ways these changes have impacted audio converter design; in other ways it’s business as usual. Herein are the random musings of an old warhorse, struggling to focus on a few key strategies in the eternal battle for optimum audio converter performance.
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