Talk:Absolute phase

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Almost impossible[edit]

This article is somewhat short and incomplete, and has small conceptual imprecisions or errors that need to be cleaned. In the High Fidelity field, absolute phase integrity is almost impossible to achieve, even with very high quality equipment. Therefore, a more complete definition of the term "Phase" is needed to explain how the relative phase angle of the signal changes with respect to frequency, e.g. phase response. amclaussen. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 21:35, July 21, 2011 UTC