07-29-2009, 02:38 PM
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break on through
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Join Date: Mar 2006
asymmetrical modulation is what an "NPC" mod produces.
picture the line on an oscilloscope and a wave traveling across the screen.
the wave goes up a certain distance above that line, and then comes back down below the line the same distance.
this wave would be known as symmetrical.
if you were to Compress the Negative Peaks (below the line) but leave the positive peaks (above the line) the way they were, the wave would now be known as asymmetrical.
the merits of this form of processing have been debated for a long time.
it might be kind of cool if someone were to do a youtube video showing the sound of a stock radio like a 148GTL, and then did the NPC mod to it and showed the difference in the sound.
this product may be all hype, but motormouthmaul does know what he is doing when it comes to audio.
check his site out and see the processors he makes himself.
i have done the receive audio mods he suggests for the 148GTL and i loved the difference!
just my 2 S-units,
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