sound carrier

sound carrier

[′sau̇nd ‚kar·ē·ər]
(communications)
The television carrier that is frequency-modulated by the sound portion of a television program; the unmodulated center frequency of the sound carrier is 4.5 megahertz higher than the video carrier frequency for the same television channel.
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Clients are willing to shop a little harder and move away from the name carriers if they can find a financially sound carrier with good rates.
The Super Audio CD format delivers the highest form of sonic purity with unprecedented frequency response and dynamic range, and is recognized by critics, music industry professionals and consumers as the next generation sound carrier, markedly superior to standard CDs.
IP is currently the main sound carrier for Swedish Radio and the mobile broadcasting equipment will in future play an important role for the Swedish Radio as it significantly extends our broadcast area, creating more opportunities for connections with high-quality sound from new places.
IP is currently the main sound carrier for Swedish Radio and the mobile broadcasting equipment will in future play an important role for the Swedish Radio as it significantly expands our broadcast area, creating more opportunities for connections with high-quality sound from new places.
Contract notice: supply and delivery of compact discs and audio vinyls and texts on sound carriers for municipal libraries and other services of the city of marseille.
Puget Sound carriers have begun taking creative steps to alleviate these costs.
Descriptive metadata, analogue sound carriers and transcripts (many of which are in hard copy only) all need to be converted and upgraded for delivery.
This groundbreaking system allows for the non-contact restoration of sound from mechanical sound carriers using optical metrology, image digitization, and computer algorithms.