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    Q: What is your reply to those who say that good as your products are, they represent overkill? Specifically, if noise is already below, let alone substantially below the threshold of audibility, whats the point of pushing it lower?

    A: If two devices have identical signal-to-noise ratio, their combined noise will degrade the SNR by 3dB. If one device is 6dB quieter than the other, the resulting SNR will be 1dB worse than the noisier device, and so on and so forth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefanow View Post
    Q: What is your reply to those who say that good as your products are, they represent overkill? Specifically, if noise is already below, let alone substantially below the threshold of audibility, whats the point of pushing it lower?

    A: If two devices have identical signal-to-noise ratio, their combined noise will degrade the SNR by 3dB. If one device is 6dB quieter than the other, the resulting SNR will be 1dB worse than the noisier device, and so on and so forth.

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