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Originally Posted by zilch0md View Post

Here's a great lecture by the CTO of ESS (makers of Sabre DACs), where he says (paraphrasing) that there are things the human ear can hear, which can't be measured - a conclusion that, as an engineer, he accepted with some difficulty.

 

RMAF 11: Noise Shaping Sigma Delta Based Dacs, Martin Mallison, CTO, ESS Technology

 

http://youtu.be/1CkyrDIGzOE

 

 

That's a fantastic lecture... thanks for the link. For anyone who's interested in the SD/non-SD debate about DACs, it's very informative.

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Making a "true" 96khz recording

- add some slight reverb

- just add noise in the frequency ranges you cannot hear.

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