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Old 01-02-2009, 02:26 AM   #1
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Do most music recordings go below 37 Hz?
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Yes, the accepted range goes all the way down to 20hz. MP3's will automatically delete any sounds that are below that or some other point because they are inaudible to a humans hearing. although there are other POV's out there

http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2003/ChrisDAmbrose.shtml
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No, I'm not talking about the human hearing range. I'm just asking if most recorded CDs go below 37 Hz.
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No, I'm not talking about the human hearing range. I'm just asking if most recorded CDs go below 37 Hz.
well it could...but you wouldn't be able to hear it.

audio cd format specs are here

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Boo...io_CD_standard)
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No, I'm not talking about the human hearing range. I'm just asking if most recorded CDs go below 37 Hz.
Yes. Any frequency range is recorded on a CD
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well it could...but you wouldn't be able to hear it.

audio cd format specs are here

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Book_(audio_CD_standard)
Okay, thanks for the link. Guess I still need to purchase a subwoofer.
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Okay, thanks for the link. Guess I still need to purchase a subwoofer.
Or build your own! I've never done it, but i seem to remember that DJ-CHRIS has done... http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/cont...nch-subwoofer/
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No, that's okay. I'd rather leave it to the professionals.
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Try and get one thats not boomy.
My Logitech Z-5500 subwoofer is boomy. Its great at powering trance, etc, but sometimes, it feels too heavy.
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No, that's okay. I'd rather leave it to the professionals.
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