percent distortion

percent distortion

[pər′sent di′stȯr·shən]
(communications)
The ratio of the amplitude of a harmonic component to the fundamental component multiplied by 100.
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0004 percent distortion (THD+N), -126dB interchannel crosstalk, and +/-15V analog power supplies, the PGA2310 improves system performance in professional audio applications such as digital mixing consoles, multi-track recorders, broadcast studio equipment, high-end A/V receivers, effects processors, musical instruments, and high-end car audio systems.
The Datavisor 80 achieves 135 degrees, with less than one percent distortion, and weighs approximately five pounds.