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In Reply to: RE: Not Completely...... But........... posted by Todd Krieger on August 01, 2012 at 15:40:43
If the CD manufacturers would record another clock track or tracks on the CD itself, then it could be done. The jitter from the original recording clock could be removed for the most part.
"you're making a joke right?"
Perhaps not. In some cases jitter can be undone. Wow and flutter are nothing but the analog form of jitter and there are techniques that can be used to remove these because analog tape recordings do have a "clock track" in the form of residual bias noise.
"Diversity is the law of nature; no two entities in this universe are uniform." - P.R. Sarkar
I have heard the results of this system on some Greatful Dead CDs. It has a live feel like nothing I have heard before. I wish they would put out some jazz and classicial with this system.
yea, I can see if you had a perfect replica of the original clock you could compensate for it, but tell me how you could add that data to a CD.
AND... if it is possible to correct for A to D jitter why not do it on the other end? Why not correct the data going on the disc instead of when you take it off?
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