Today it seems that everything electronic is digital—a reasonable assumption considering it’s hard to find a turnable knob anywhere and values are displayed in digits everywhere. The underlying assumptions, at least for those without a technical bent, are that digital is modern, analog is archaic (the way things were done before we had something better), and there’s probably no analog “stuff” in electronic products anymore. Fortunately for the designers who
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