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why do I need to go beyond 10 kHz?
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Old 13th May 2019, 07:01 AM   #21
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why do I need to go beyond 10 kHz?
I see there's as much problems in the high frequency region as the bass region in many recordings.
Some have way too much and/or unevenly distributed.
Not to get me started on the crazy mids in modern popular recordings, screaming seems to be the norm.

Many cymbals seem to have much of their output around 8khz.
Something's happening over 10khz, but not a whole lot on most recordings.

Whatever happened to the 90's somewhat balanced downwards slope sound response, easily visible in a spectogram.

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Old 14th May 2019, 02:33 AM   #22
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why do I need to go beyond 10 kHz?
Originally Posted by scottjoplin View Post
I wonder if hearing loss low pass filter causes phase distortion......
It would if there were a receiver following the filter that could detect phase. Which leads to an obvious question....
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Old 14th May 2019, 07:51 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by nigelwright7557 View Post
If you bandwidth limit the signal to 10KHz you slow down the transient response.
I have seen some audio amp's that work up to 100KHz or more.

Is that something that a human can actually perceive?
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