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What's up with the frequency response? On Amazon, and on the box it says 15hz-45khz, but under specs it says 15hz-25khz.
probably misinformation, but since we can't really hear above 20Khz (besides children adults are mostly capped at 15Khz even) I'd say, doesn't really matter.
There is lots of information and science to suggest high frequency information above the audible band do matter, so this is not a moot point as you suggest. Why else would the majority of manufactures (literaly 95% of them) spend money including these frequencies prior to roll-off? Why does the hi-res standard continue to 45 kHz? I’ve had this conversation before... just because studies show we can’t “hear” the frequencies, doesn’t mean they don’t have influence in the overall sound and experience . 100 kHz, OK fine, we’re not dogs... but 25 kHz?.... There is a part of our brain that registers that and there are studies that exemplify that, go ahead and use aome google-fu if you don’t think it’s valid.
The average DAC has a hard filter at half the used frequency, so for the most common 44Khz that is at 22Khz nyquist... do some google-fu if you don't think the basis of sampling theory isn't valid haha
You assume i listen to digital? Bad assumption...
Hahahaah fair enough lol. Hard to argue