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App note: Eliminating audio system noise from HDTV

Posted on Sunday, October 21st, 2012 in app notes by DP

How HDTV systems impact audio noise, and how to limit it:

Ensuring a pop and click free audio signal chain requires careful design on behalf of both the hardware engineer and software engineer. This article discusses how hardware system and software functionality issues cause pops and clicks and how engineers can prevent them

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