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Old 06-26-2007, 05:41 PM   #1
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A while ago i heard a sound test that just went from something like 5htz all the way up to 10000mhz. I think it was a Dolby test. Does anybody know where i can get that. I would like to have it when my new speakers arrive.
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Old 06-26-2007, 06:28 PM   #2
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5hz all the way up to 20khz is probably what you mean,
or in other words 5hz to 20,000hz.

Some DVD's have it built in, hidden in the DVD menu as a Dolby test.

For instance, StarWars Episode 1 does.
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lol.. the signal generator im building at work would do for that.. thats got a range from 22Hz up to 22KHz..
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5hz all the way up to 20khz is probably what you mean,
or in other words 5hz to 20,000hz.

Some DVD's have it built in, hidden in the DVD menu as a Dolby test.

For instance, StarWars Episode 1 does.
Wow... that is a huge difference. If you put the speakers at top volume, the neighbors must love you.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:28 PM   #5
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Haha, our speaker system works rather well, though, in the cross over from mid to sub, theres a tad bit of loss, but then its like the room is shaking
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Click on downloads and the scroll on the page
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