Practically, every result can be reached by use of either of these interfaces. The leftmost ListBox is generated by clicking one of the left or middle Buttons. Sort and writes the content of sArl to the lstStandard Listbox. But when trying the Color type, you get an exception.
Not really, although the components of the types that we have been using continue to evolve and we continually evaluate new products to see if they fit with upgrades or new designs. Generally in terms of noise and distortion specifications. Unfortunately, this is always in competition with quiescent power, which is a real issue for the sorts of high-density designs we do.
If there are components that you have traditionally used analog or digital, ancillary components other than chips that are becoming hard to source; how are you adapting? What new approaches are you taking? It is a struggle; in the past we have tried to focus on suppliers that have a good track record of part availability.
As a result, we have been increasing our stocking position to be less sensitive to market availability. Do your designs include surface mount components and is this usage increasing?
Yes; our designs are and have been almost completely surface mount; we generally only use through-hole parts for bulk capacitors, transformers, connectors and other electromechanical parts like potentiometers, encoders and switches.
First and foremost subjective sound quality evaluation. Secondarily is noise and distortion specs, and third is latency. Other factors like power and packaging are not really considered in our design process.
Have you adopted any new conversion parts this year? If so, which and why? They are not new to the industry, but new to our products. Because they sound so good.
Are you using SRC parts in your designs? What parts are you using, where and why? In both cases to allow the user to get input from a wild source device. Are you incorporating new protocols into your designs? If so, which protocols are you adopting? We are investigating other protocols for future products.
If you are using digital interface protocols, what devices are you using for interface? With some of the formats listed in Q7, devices are powered off of the interface bus, or for other reasons like portability, lower voltage supplies are employed than in traditional audio designs.
Does this low voltage approach present challenges in the analog circuitry proceeding or following conversion?
Do these challenges mean performance compromises or present restrictions in analog performance? Not in our products, but they do present significant challenges in the power supply and distribution engineering within the products.
If applicable, what techniques are you employing inside your products to raise these smaller voltages to higher supply rails? This is definitely one of the largest challenges we faced in designing our products.
If you are involved in DSP design, why have you chosen the components you use? The SHARC is easily programmed in assembly code for optimal or nearly optimal algorithm implementation.
Do you see advantages in one family of processors over another? That being said, if the chip architecture and instruction set allows you to focus on DSP rather than managing the chip, you can get more done with less effort.
Do you see advantages in the design tool sets available for DSP programming for particular families of components? We have found that even with modern optimizing compilers, we can still do a much better job of optimizing DSP code by hand. With other DSPs, we may be more likely to utilize the compiler, but since the SHARC has an easy to manage execution model, we can routinely beat the compiler for code speed and size.
In small machines where you want to get the most performance possible, this is a huge win. We have experimented with it, and we have some small processing block implemented.
We expect to add more in the future. The benefit is massive performance for specific tasks. The drawback is that they are much more complicated to develop for, and much less flexible at run-time. We actually started as a Native processing company.
Native processing has come a long way, and is clearly better suited to a wide variety of processing tasks than DSPs large memory, large processes, latency is not an issue types of process — like mixdown.
Even though you can run current native DAWs on current native hardware with reasonably low latencies, you give up much of the advantage of native processing when running with very low buffer sizes e. Are there advances in DSP technologies that you are particularly excited about?Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and ashio-midori.com ashio-midori.com is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want.
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