Meridian 518 Digital Audio Processor Measurements part 2

Fig.8 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "Flat TPDF" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

Fig.9 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "High-Pass TPDF" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

Fig.10 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "Shape A" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

Fig.11 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "Shape B" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

Fig.12 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "Shape C" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

Fig.13 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "Shape D" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

Fig.14 Meridian 518, spectrum of 1kHz tone at -90.31dBFS, with noise and spuriae, 16-bit precision, calculated from 20-bit data using the "Shape E" noise-shaping algorithm (linear frequency scale).

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