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Audio basics
Larry Jordan# It is an absolutely true statement that the best way to improve the quality of your image is to improve the quality of your sound. Viewers will happily watch grainy, black-and-white images and consider it "art." However, nothing you can say will keep them in their seats if the audio is too loud or unintelligible.
Tags: iss101 | audio | science | display | levels | decibels | scale | Larry Jordan#
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Hearing is believing - but Testing Helps
N/A We live in the age of measurement and all too often the results are prejudiced by the methods employed and the ease of digitally processing data.
Tags: munro acoustics | audio | testing | noise levels | N/A
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Audio phase: Robin Palmer asks why it is wobbly?
Robin Palmer Phase meters and audio vectorscopes are to be found on most test kit involved with audio monitoring. This is important because left/right audio correlation problems between the channels will distort the stereo image and could degrade mono compatibility.
Tags: iss077 | audio phase | cel-soft | technical specification | phasing | wobbly | vectorscope | levels | display | Robin Palmer
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Test and measurement in digital television
N/A Lets be clear about this. Test and measurement tools are not there to make life difficult for you, they are there to ensure that we get the best quality pictures and sound through the long path to the home within a required technical specification. So yes, simply put, checking that we are getting the best out of the technology that black is black, white is white, and colours can be reproduced accurately within the tolerances broadcasters set is vital.
Tags: iss054 | test and measurement | pse | ask the experts | levels | amplitude | frequency response | channel separation | noise | balance | stereo | surround channels | phase | N/A
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