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Old 17th July 2004, 12:30 AM   #81
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Originally posted by Kuei Yang Wang

Okay, sample 1 (Phantom8.wav) with 9.6% measured THD sounds fine and any alteration of the original is obvious only in direct comparison. sample 2 (Phantom9.wav) with 0.1THD sounds so obviously and nastily distorted that anyone not deaf notices it. How much more obvious do you need it, as "proof positive"? How much more logical does it get? Sayonara

I didn't know that your definition of logic is this.

does it bother you that you are basing your conclusion on a sample of 1? Ever heard of "statistics"? or "design and experiment"?

remember, the notion you are trying to prove is "THD" is a measure of distortion that has absolutley NO CORRELATION WHATSOEVER to percieved distrotion".

BTW, I suppose you know why I said it is a sample of 1 not 2.
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Old 17th July 2004, 09:12 AM   #82
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I didn't know that your definition of logic is this.
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