Definitions for "SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO"
Keywords:  decibel, snr, noise, hiss, unwanted
The difference in audio levels between normal audio and no audio. The noise is just the random electrical noise that is in the electronics or on the tape when no sound is wanted. Measured in dB.
Indicates how much irritating background hiss is produced as a proportion of the full output power. Numbers higher than 90dB are acceptable. A good indicator of the quality of the amp.
(Product Attribute) The ratio of the desired signal level to the level of unwanted noise. Measured in decibels. Signal-to-Noise Ratio Times Signal is Greater than Noise 10.0 dB 3.16 20.0 dB 10.00 30.0 dB 31.62 40.0 dB 100.00 50.0 dB 316.20 60.0 dB 1,000.00 70.0 dB 3,162.00 80.0 dB 10,000.00
Keywords:  simm, gel, silica
Silica Gel SIMM
Difference in volume between the main sound source and the surrounding sounds.
Represents the difference between the level of the audio signal, and any interference. The larger the figure, the purer the sound.
A mathematical equation that indicates the magnitude of an experimental effect above the effect of experimental error due to chance fluctuations.
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