The pure sine wave in our logo represents fidelity, or the accurate reproduction of the original signal - the goal of all of our systems.
Peak-to-Peak is defined as the amplitude or voltage difference between the most positive and the most negative excursions (peaks) of an electrical signal.
The difference between the positive and negative peaks of a signal is also representative of the signal's dynamic range, which is the most critical characteristic in the faithful reproduction of both audio and video media.
In audio, dynamic range refers to the difference between the quietest and loudest sounds the system is capable of reproducing. An audio system that lacks dynamic range cannot accurately reproduce the punch found in the most dynamic passages of your movies and music. Systems lacking dynamic range go into clipping when they try to do so and fail, adding harsh distortions.
A video system that lacks dynamic range cannot reproduce the brightest or darkest elements of your picture. When such a system tries to reproduce elements outside of its dynamic range, it fails, resulting in distortions, sometimes referred to as "white crush" or muddy blacks.
A wide dynamic range will lift the veil from your favorite movies and music and allow you to see and hear them clearly, perhaps for the very first time!
Taken together, these elements represent our work; engineering systems that meet the highest standard of performance - fidelity.