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From: "Pete Tinker" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, May 06, 2015 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Playing Edison Diamond discs
> Please forgive this uneducated question. Much of the discussion on this
> topic has focused on the "phase" of different transfers. I'm not a
> signal processing guy, but to me "phase" involves the frequency of the
> signal, so changing the phase is a temporal shift in the signal (a
> lateral shift along the time axis) by a fraction of some wavelength. At
> times in this discussion, it seems that the intention of changing the
> phase is a reversal of the amplitude of the digital signal (mirroring it
> across the time axis), for which frequency is irrelevant.
> If I have a stereo signal from a hill 'n' dale source, it seems the
> preferred next step is to invert the phase of one channel and then
> combine (add) the two channels prior to any digital noise reduction.
> What is the meaning of "phase" in this context?
> *Pete Tinker*
> West Hills, CA 91307
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