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EQuilibrium's "Digital+ compensation": What is it?
Old 27th January 2015
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EQuilibrium's "Digital+ compensation": What is it?

DMG Audio's EQuilibrium includes a "Digital+ compensation" mode, described in section 4.1.2 of the manual:

"For channels that need the extra edge, turn up the Digital+ compensation until going a step higher ceases to make audible change."

How is it superior to the plain Digital mode? I see in the EQuality manual that Digital+ "supplements Digital mode by introducing an error-correction filter to render the frequency response more accurate." What's the nature of the frequency-response "errors" in plain Digital mode?
Old 13th March 2016
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It seems like no one knows about it, and I wish to know what it is for.
It is not actually a subtle effect, and I think it sound bad, but someone says it's better, so it's all subjective. The null test result I performed shows Digital+ is far from transparent, it is some kind of coloration.
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