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why 'digital' limiters in converters
Old 26th May 2006
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why 'digital' limiters in converters

this is actually from an OT question i raised in another thread...

can anybody tell me why there are analog and digital limiters in certain converters? the lavry converters and the new rme adi 8-qs feature these... whats the point of limiting after the signal is converted to digital? i'm under the impression that limiting during conversion is used only to prevent clipping the a/d converter, pre conversion of course...

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self.
Old 27th May 2006
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BUMP...sorry to push this... but i'm really very curious about this...
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