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How do you read the frequency response graphs?

Discussion in 'Sound Science' started by lauinbeta, Sep 22, 2008.
  1. lauinbeta
    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?).
     
  2. myinitialsaredac
  3. lauinbeta
  4. lauinbeta
    oh, but now i have another question. what do people mean when they say 'rolled off'?
     
  5. Nocturnal310
    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
     
  6. ClieOS Contributor
    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.
    [​IMG]
     
  7. Shoewreck
    This "weak bass" graph may also be described as "bass rolled off".
     

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