Here is a quality analysis of Cocko’s ReaComp alongside a comparison to the previous thread of Slate Digital VBC.

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ReaComp – Settings 

I’ve tryed to match the VBC & SSL settings

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FR Reacomp


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Well as expected, flat! We need to expect a flat DSC right away

skiping Reacomp phase sinse its flat.

THD & THD+N

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A great example of digital, one of the cleanest I’ve ever seen actually! But don’t get ahead of your selves this is not how digital behaves, theres more to it, will be covered in part 2!

 
DSC
 
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Well that was to be expected, sinse the FR is linear.
 
 
 
THD & THD +N
 
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Blue is reacomp & green VBC Grey, Well night and day, quite literaly. It would be more suffircient for a animated graph, but I’ll get to that in part 2.
 
 
DSC
 
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Here we can see difference very important, in the red is VBC Grey and white Reacomp.
This shows how a DSC is linked with FR content, Reacomp beeing linear and VBC non linear.
 
Consensus
 
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