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Custom FIR Filter Implementation, TOS #8 / trolling example
post Jul 20 2004, 20:51
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Is there a way to either alter the coefficients of an existing FIR filter or design a new FIR filter, which can be used to convolve with the raw CD data in real time?? I would be interested in trying a Lanczos filter, which works great with image files- I'm very curious to see if such implementation would also work with audio playback.

Responses are appreciated!!

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post Jul 22 2004, 12:25
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The troll decided to continue the discussion about TOS#8 via Report to Mod/PM, but I decided to share one of his responses:

I'm not into that stuff. If I cannot state simple opinions, I just won't post here anymore. I don't have the resources (scopes, measuring devices, comparators, etc.) to undergo such validation. And I think such validation doesn't really gain anything.

If you want to see further opinions of this from me, click the links below:


I think it should be up to the readers, not the moderators, to determine if one's claim is or is not valid. There's nothing unequivocal here. The Cable Asylum in Audio Asylum has a similar intolerance toward discussing DBT, which I don't agree with either. I just think it's wrong to suppess opinion, simply because it might be controversial. Whether it's DBT or subjective opinion.


"To understand me, you'll have to swallow a world." Or maybe your words.
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