Could possibly SBC codec benefit from dither? 2015-11-02 18:36:15 From what I've yet understood from specification and source code, SBC just culls subband samples to their calculated depth. Would it be possible to reduce error of subband sample bitdepth reduction using dither, and perhaps even noise-shaping? I.e. just plainly adding appropriate amount of TPDF dither to each subband sample if it's without noise shaping. If it's with noise shaping, then have a stack of last 80 or 160 (Didn't yet figure out exact amount) to perform windowing and decoding back into standard in-order samples, adding them to corresponding input samples and noise-shaping the error, then converting new-formed samples again into subband samples and culling them according to already calculated bit allocation.Would it work or the transforms would convert the harmless dither noise into something like frequency modulation?