lossless data compression

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lossless data compression

[¦lȯs‚les ′dad·ə kəm‚presh·ən]
(communications)
Data compression in which the recovered data are assured to be identical to the source.
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1 formats, the AV receiver must decode the incoming data (lossy encoding as in Dolby Digital for a standard DVD or lossless encoding as used for a DVD-A), add the appropriate time delay to each speaker, perform bass management, equalize the channels, level adjust each channel and, if desired, add in sound-field synthesis.