Glossary Definition for Digital-Audio-Signal-Processor

Glossary Term: Digital-Audio-Signal-Processor 

Definition

A Digital Signal Processor, or DSP, is a special-purpose digital circuit that acts on digitized signals, such as audio. DSP circuits can replace traditional analog functions, such as filtering and more complex functions that are difficult to accomplish in the analog domain.

A Digital Audio Signal Processor is a DSP for audio applications.

Synonyms
  • Digital Audio Signal Processor
  • DSP

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