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Old 11th May 2017, 10:39 AM   #1
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Default Timbre Compensation Method

Each device prints a character
In differential systems, this can be deleted
Just steal the signals instead of summing them up

But being in phase opposition
So they must be summed up
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Balanced, pseudo balanced, quasi balanced.....what's the difference when it comes to cancelling interference, distortion, noise?
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Default the difference

Noise and stamp are not the same thing
look the dac's output
same for bridge amplifier

In fact the noise is in phase
The timbral footprint is in reverse
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Ooo, this is a game......"stamp"?........"timbral footprint"?
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