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Digital Noise

From Chace Audio

Digital noise is random, broadband (all frequencies) noise that results when a digital to analog converter attempts to playback non-audio data.

Some examples of issues that will result in digital noise include: portions of an audio file have become corrupted or were never properly recorded in the first place; a digital audio tape has become damaged and will not reproduce the audio data correctly; the clocking reference for the digital audio playback is intermittent or faulty.

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ANOMALY, DATA, DIGITAL