In This Section
- Networks - High-performance streaming audio-over-IP interoperability; AES67-xxxx DRAFT REVISION proposed for comment
- Universal jack for 6,35 mm plugs; AES-14id-2010 proposed for reaffirmation
- Measurement of digital audio equipment; AES17 draft revision proposed for comment
- Spatial acoustic data file format; AES69-2015 published
Call for comment on DRAFT REVISED AES41-xxxx
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Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES41-xxxx, AES standard for digital audio - Recoding data set for audio bit-rate reduction has been published:
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