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Best frequency range test?
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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post Dec 13 2010, 11:58
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Indeed, my mistake. I find no aesthetic merit in the logarithmic scale, and had forgotten I'd set it to linear the very minute I started to use FB, several years ago. In addition to that, I commonly only use sweep to test a narrow bandwitdh of a few thousand Hz. The graph is then indistinguishable from a straight line.

That means I need to redo my listening tests of my ears' (or my equipment's) upper limit. Around halfway through 16KHz and 18KHz doesn't exactly mean 17KHz, though it's perhaps close enough.
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