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#10445 - 09/18/02 05:38 PM Re: MLP vs. DSD
Matthew Hill Offline

Registered: 11/29/01
Posts: 1434
Loc: Mount Laurel, NJ
No, they do handle it. For one, a buffer allows brief sections (how brief is defined as part of the MLP spec) to go higher than the DVD read rate; as long as sections immediately surrounding it are lower than the DVD read rate.

And if there is a sustained passage that's higher than the DVD read rate, for too long a period of time, there are ways the recording engineer has of modifying the master to make it fit.

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#10446 - 09/18/02 05:48 PM Re: MLP vs. DSD
charlie Offline

Registered: 01/14/02
Posts: 1176
There's priciple that says for each bitstream that a (lossless) compression algorithm shrinks there is a bitstream it expands. I suspect anything 'musical' would never fall into the pathelogical case for sustained periods.

It should be possible to artificially construct such a data stream, though.

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