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Old 04-23-2001, 07:31 AM
Sutee Sangsareechon Sutee Sangsareechon is offline
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Default what\'s de-emphasis for?

De-emphasis seems to down the Hifreq. but when will we use it? and what's for?
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Old 04-23-2001, 07:36 AM
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Default Re: what\'s de-emphasis for?

That's a really antiquated thing relating to very old CD players that had bad converters/filters on them.
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Old 04-28-2001, 12:53 AM
Fokke van Saane Fokke van Saane is offline
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Default Re: what\'s de-emphasis for?

Some old DAT recorders used emphasis in the AD conversion. The 'emphasis-flag' tells the DA converter it should use the de-emphasis. Hopefully it's on the display of the DAT machine. It is on my CD player display, thankfully. When you transfer it digitally to PT PT doesn't recognise this 'flag' and a too bright sound is the result. Use the "de-emphasise" preset of the Waves Q2 to de-emphasise.
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