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Old 5th March 2015, 03:47 PM   #151
JoelM81 is offline JoelM81  United States
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Originally Posted by steph_tsf View Post
In a delay-compensated Lipshitz-Vanderkooy, the resulting highpass can't mathematically go above a 3rd-order, and in most cases (like using a Bessel lowpass as kernel), you end up with a 2nd-order highpass slope.
Do you have the proof for this? Sorry if you already answered this somewhere in this 15-page thread...
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