What Is An Analog Source and a Digital Source?

- Sep 05, 2018-

Signals that are continuous in time and whose amplitude changes continuously with time are called analog signals (for example, sound waves are analog signals, currents transmitted in audio systems, voltage signals are analog signals), and the source of recording and processing analog signals is analog sound sources, such as magnetic tape/cassette, LP/LP player; signals that are discontinuous in time and have only 0 and 1 amplitudes are called digital signals. The source for recording and processing digital signals is called digital audio source, such as CD/CD player, DVD-A/ DVD-A player, SACD/SACD player, etc.

 

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