The increased data capacity of DVD over CD has created an interest in extending the performance envelope of consumer digital audio to 96 kHz @ 24 bit. Two experiments to measure imaging are reported based upon cross-correlation of two noise sources and an estimate of minimum audible angle (MAA) for a range of stimuli. Results derived from 48 kHz and 96 kHz tests are presented to demonstrate whether the extended performance envelope improves the reproduction of phantom images.
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