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Best frequency range test?
CoyoteSmith
post Dec 11 2010, 23:29
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I've seen quite a few of these only, however, they all seem to have their share of problems from not going high enough in frequency (looking for 22khz or above) or if they are high enough then they do not have long enough clips (more than two seconds) which makes listening hard. Where can i find a good test that is guaranteed to go over my hearing capacity?
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saratoga
post Dec 11 2010, 23:53
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AFAIK foobar2000 will generate any tone you ask it for, and of any duration. Assuming you have at least a 48khz sample rate (really 96k is likely to be preferable), go to 'add location' and type 'tone://22000,10' for a 22kHz 10 second long tone.

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dhromed
post Dec 12 2010, 12:12
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QUOTE (saratoga @ Dec 11 2010, 23:53) *
AFAIK foobar2000 will generate any tone you ask it for, and of any duration. Assuming you have at least a 48khz sample rate (really 96k is likely to be preferable), go to 'add location' and type 'tone://22000,10' for a 22kHz 10 second long tone.


Additionally, the command sweep://8000-10000,10 will generate a sweep.

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