Super Bit Mapping
The Super Bit Mapping process converts a 20-bit signal from master recording into a 16-bit signal nearly without sound quality loss, using noise shaping to improve signal to noise ratio over the frequency bands most acutely perceived by human hearing.
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- "Super Bit Mapping Technical Overview". Sony. Retrieved 15 January 2013.
- Super Bit Mapping Direct Conversion, retrieved 2011-05-23
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