Double negatives don't mean what you think they mean
Why wouldn't someone just generate their own tones using Audacity? Not that tones are terribly useful in themselves....
this is no dithered (pure)Yes it is a good starting point. Is it dithered? Can you recommend same in 16-bit 44.1 kHz format that I can write on CD, to be able to do tests on a CD player?
Why wouldn't someone just generate their own tones using Audacity?
I have analog sources 20 dB better than that. Most digital generators digital files are good for 200 dB.
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By its own definition, a "Pure Sine Wave" has no distortion of any kind because it is pure.
these are all generated with calibrated and certified equipment, we are not think to the tones, but focalizes the point to the noise and a bit of impedance in the various frequencies.
Audacity is not very suitable to see these things.
One of the waveform file displayed with a suitable program to do these things, it is Wavosaur, you can see well the very low noise floor...
You seem to be saying that a wav recording of a generated sine wave, when played back on a separate system, somehow is purer?
Since there is obviously some sort of language barrier here, I am probably wasting my time.
Analog sources with distortion products at -150 dB. Check the low distortion oscillator thread on the subject.Please, talking about analog sources or digital source ?
analog like this ?
Regards my original sine source this is the 1000 Hz in ARTA with 'spectral density' active.