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How do you read the frequency response graphs?

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The title basically says it all. I want to know how to read the frequency response graphs that are sometimes created for headphones (are there similar graphs for DAPs too?).
post #2 of 7
This may be an interesting read for you -
How to Interpret Headphone Data - HeadRoom - Right Between Your Ears

Dave
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Thread Starter 
thanks! that really helped.
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Thread Starter 
oh, but now i have another question. what do people mean when they say 'rolled off'?
post #5 of 7
When a Frequency is not produced in its original form and just formed as an Extension.

something like Hearing Beats on iBuds... they are rolled off

someone correct me if i am wrong
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I made this few months back, they are not accurate but should be able to give you some idea:
In comparison: Roll off treble, recessed mid, weak bass.
post #7 of 7
This "weak bass" graph may also be described as "bass rolled off".
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