[time-nuts] Rb references for audiophiles?
newell at cei.net
Fri Jul 4 14:30:04 EDT 2008
At 11:59 AM 7/4/2008, Christian Vogel wrote:
> > ESOTERIC - G-0Rb MASTER CLOCK GENERATOR (RUBIDIUM)
>While I realize the absurdity of hooking up such a thing to your
>CD player at home, there can be merits of having a centrally generated
>and extremely accurate clock in a professional audio/video production
>facility. When you are passing around digital audio and video signals
>between production desks in different rooms or even countries,
>missing drift can eliminate the need for special resampling equipment
>(frame stores for video).
In that case, I really wish all the locals would
buy up some freq standards. Not that their staff
would know what to do with it if they had it.
I'm sick of the digital TV that I see over analog
cable. Horrible audio/video sync problems,
pixelation, motion artifacts, incorrect aspect
ratios, and the latest--weird facial artifacts
where the facial features appear to float around
the face when the head moves. Pathetic.
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