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RE: a great explanation of how MQA works from Meridian

Regarding the "deblurring " concept, the original idea that made it practical is that the variety of ADCs used in studios is rather limited thus making a set of correction algorithms viable. The idea was that the record company would know which was used and be able to provide this information when encoding.

However, given the limited number of alternatives for ADCs in the pro field, a program has subsequently been devised that examines the characteristics of a given recording and which can identify (or deduce) which ADC was used and then apply the appropriate correction.

Unfortunately a similar limited number of alternatives does not exist in the world of consumer DACs.

Sorry about my intemperate reference to the URL field but having to copy and paste does annoy me even if it is a simple process.



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