|21st November 2006, 12:09 AM||#11|
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That should work well for my purposes.
I hadn't thought of using LTSpice to generate sine waves.
Does 32768 have some connection with pi? That's the only thing that I don't understand.
Actually, it's slew rate - am I right?
hehe... Anyways what do you guys think of that idea? I might try it (unless, of course, it's already been done).
|21st November 2006, 01:30 AM||#12|
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32768 = 2^15
16 bit PCM lsb size in LtSpice is 1/32768 V since +/-1 V is the full scale range in Volts
for 24 bit PCM 1 lsb = 1/8388608 = ( 1/2^23 )
I'm pretty sure my dither needs to be 2 lsb instead of 1, maybe I'll look at a IMD plot
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