What is the 0 dB in digital Audio?


Why is it zero if you hear something?

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So that is multifaceted question, but the simplest explanation to your question I think would be that 0dB while looking at a calibrated meter is a reference point. In a digital full scale meter for recording, going above zero would induce signal clipping.

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