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Signal-to-Noise Ratio

From Wikipedia, Chace Audio

The signal-to-noise ratio compares the level of a signal (audio program) to the level of background noise (noise inherent in the medium or reproduction chain). The higher the ratio, the less obtrusive the background noise will be.

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