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Hopefully this helps, but let us know if you have any questions in the comments below. What is this metric? What kind of "distortion"? With respect to the AP analyzer Last edited: Apr 30, One factor that is crucial is noise floor modulation. I make a great thing out of the unmeasurable noise floor modulation character of all my DAC's, but on all other DAC's one can see huge levels of noise floor modulation.
This is highly significant from a SQ POV, and I hope that this metric becomes more widely appreciated and understood, as it is for sure one of the top 3 performance indicators that correlate with subjective sound quality with DAC's. As to your point about the noise shapers performance at dB. This is of course the digital domain performance of the digital path. And to measure this I use Verilog simulation. Note that a Verilog simulation is not a model or an estimation; it is the actual performance of the digital module; so if you put in a set of data, you are guaranteed to get that data in real life.
The beauty of using a Verilog simulation is that once the data is passed through a FFT in my case a 4M point FFT one can see extremely small levels of distortion and added noise, to a performance level one could never measure on a real instrument, as analogue noise would dominate. This gives the designer incredible power to measure incredibly small aberrations and then too evaluate the sound quality changes by adjusting these aberrations.
To give you an idea on this, here is the digital domain performance of the DAC within Dave:. I agree with you; talking of small signal errors at dB upsetting depth performance is just plane crazy. Listen to real sounds. I am typing this at dawn in the Welsh countryside.
My window is ajar, and I can hear sheep feet away - and it sounds feet away. From the farm 2 miles away a dog barks; it clearly sounds 2 miles away. Do this on reproduced audio and things sounds comparatively flat; no-body would claim that a recording of a dog barking 2 miles away actually sounds anything like two miles distant. Now when I listen to noise shapers, and change the performance of noise shapers, I can easily and reliably hear changes in depth perception.
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