Testing audiophile claims and myths
Mar 6, 2024 at 5:57 PM Post #17,326 of 17,336
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63 Hz "abdomen"
125 Hz "chest"
250 Hz "oo"
500 Hz "o"
1000 Hz "ah"
2000 Hz "a"
4000 Hz "ee"
8000 Hz "s"
16000 Hz "ts"

It is not about the fundamental frequencies or overall bandwidth of the sounds, but the characteristic frequency ranges.
You are so far off its not funny. this is completely not true
Mar 7, 2024 at 5:35 AM Post #17,328 of 17,336
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You are so far off its not funny. this is completely not true
Why don't you tell us morons how it is if you know better? I am very surprised how much criticism "my list" has got.
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Mar 7, 2024 at 9:12 AM Post #17,329 of 17,336
I didnt say anyone was a moron, ok? There is no way for a human to make a 16k tone by going TSSS. 63 hz is so much lower than a chest type of thing.. Just off by a magnitude.
Mar 7, 2024 at 1:34 PM Post #17,333 of 17,336
If it helps MIXING songs, I guess. I disagree because EEE is not 4k and just because modifying a static blast makes something that could be interpreted as an EE doesn't make it useful or true.
Mar 7, 2024 at 1:36 PM Post #17,334 of 17,336
then how is it useful? Just get a freakin tone generator and listen to the actual frequencies
...and get an equalizer and dial the frequencies in and out of music so you can hear where it sits.
Mar 7, 2024 at 1:51 PM Post #17,336 of 17,336
Fair enough. I do get where this guy is coming from. Maybe I don't have the right wires crossed in my brain to get the vowel sounds out of eq.

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