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Upsamplers, DACs, jitter, shakes and analogue withdrawals, this is it.

I actually take it a step further...

>> the whole history of digital audio, more or less, could be considered the history of dealing with "time-smear." <<

Yes. And in an interview I noted that when I look back on my career, even beginning with loudspeaker design various forms of "time smear" have been the fundamental basis for the path I've blazed. Therefore I would take your thought to the next level and remove the qualifier "digital". This only makes sense as the ear/brain is far more sensitive to time-domain information than to amplitude-domain information.

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