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Understanding the Effects of AES-17 When Evaluating 192kHz Converter Performance
This paper will cover hidden performance issues in 192kHz converters that are evaluated using AES-17. AES-17 is the “AES Standard method for digital audio engineering – measurement of digital audio equipment”. This standard calls out how to test most digital audio equipment, and it outlines the standard test procedures and methods in testing of audio. It is important to understand that these methods allows for several important issues to be hidden in the real spectrum of the converter. These hidden elements will be addressed in detail.
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