Different opinions exist on principal quality aims in audio studio technology. Therefore different interpretation of standards to the same problem was the result. Herein, technical and commercial interests are often opposing. Broadcasting and television organizations should respect the point of view of the listener and conditions of the international program exchange. At the example of "Audio Frequency Noise Measurement" and the status now reached with CCIR recommendation 468-3, it will be informed on results of the special working group 10-C "AP Characteristics of Sound Broadcasting Systems" of Study Group 10 of CCIR. Furthermore, several other important CCIR documents are explained which are not known in general in the AES, but which should be taken into consideration at work on the development of quality in AF.
Affiliation: RundFunk- und Fernsehtechnisches Zentralamt der Deutschen Post, Berlin, German Democratic Republic (GDR)
AES Convention: 73 (March 1983) Paper Number: 1984
Publication Date: March 1, 1983
Subject: Measurement and Instrumentation
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