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Old 6th March 2016, 08:42 PM   #1291
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Old 7th March 2016, 09:20 PM   #1292
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so what are we seeing here then?
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We are not seeing the really interesting transition area around 22k. The measurement need to be done with higher fs than what is being played to be trusted. At least 48 but preferable 88 kHz or higher. So DUT playback fs = 44,1k and measurement system at 96k would be good.

But there is a hint of a big phase shift at fs/2 in the green trace but also a phase error at 10k of say 20 deg. But the traces could be the result of compensation effects when the DUT interacts with the measurement system performance and current settings?

But if the measurements reflects reality, I'd say we see a filter with a less altered passband in the red trace i.e. a more ideal filter.

Can you hear it... I don't know.

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Old 8th March 2016, 09:02 AM   #1294
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This shows that they are not equal sound, for people who don't like opinion about subjective sensations. Best phase and distortion measured in the Paul's filter.

Although measures are taken to 44.1k, it follows Paul's filter much better transition in the area of the 22 Khz.

Listening, for me Paulīs filter is clearly better.
My impressions comparing each other. Paulīs better impulse response to percussion. Paul's filter better pleasant sound and sweet thang Soekris. Soekrisīs filter I find boring compared to Paulīs filter.
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Old 8th March 2016, 07:34 PM   #1295
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Yes I would say Pauls filters are technical superior to the default ones delivered. Passband ripple, steepness and stop band suppression including phase skew are really good. That are closer to the theoretical ideal brickwall filter stipulated by the sampling theorem and, I also find them sounding better than the stock ones.

Then there is these NOS without steep filters which is of course NOnSense. If these sound good there is either a sever flaw in the rest of the system or in the hearing of the owner.

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And here we go again.... Either you think like TNT or your equipment is rubbish and/or you have hearing issues

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Yes - and t's not me I'm afraid, its... logic... sorry.

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A little late to this party (= I have not searched thread exhaustively) ...
as far as Soekris' default filters, or "after-market" jobs, which filter(s) -- if any -- better match custom jobs found in stock Wadia or Theta?
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Can someone point me to a primer on how to change between built-in filters?
I don't understand what the different banks do.

I don't want to upload new filters yet, just listen to what's available in 1.06.

Does uploading custom filters over write the existing filters?

Are there any custom filter for version 1.06?

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