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Old 01 September 2017, 07:09   #27
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Originally Posted by Jope View Post
No, I meant what I meant. A signal of "A" sampled 10 times in the same amount of time is "AAAAAAAAAA" in an ideal perfect world. Now if your data source is not perfect, perhaps your end result might be "AAaAAbABAA" instead. Will this bring us benefit? I will leave this to the audience to think about, your opinion is visible above. The disks we are imaging were mastered at a finite resolution. It does not provide much more than marketing benefit to increase the sampling frequency far above what was written onto the disk.
Oversampling the source is not generally a negative thing. At some point you are just increasing the noise and not the signal, but you are also not losing any signal and you can remove the extra noise by properly low pass filtering the signal.
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