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[derp] From: Audio from vinyl (24 / 96-192 khz). Converting/downsampli
Vinyl itself can usually be recorded transparently with 12 or13 bits and 32-36 KHz sampling.
Logic and context tell me that you meant 16–18 kHz.
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[derp] From: Audio from vinyl (24 / 96-192 khz). Converting/downsampli
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Vinyl itself can usually be recorded transparently with 12 or13 bits and 32-36 KHz sampling.
Logic and context tell me that you meant 16–18 kHz.


Did you misread 'sampling' as 'lowpass'?  :confused:

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[derp] From: Audio from vinyl (24 / 96-192 khz). Converting/downsampli
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Maybe you need to break-down and get yourself an avatar of a cat.
13 February 2016: The world was blessed with the passing of a truly vile and wretched person.

Your eyes cannot hear.

[derp] From: Audio from vinyl (24 / 96-192 khz). Converting/downsampli
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Vinyl itself can usually be recorded transparently with 12 or13 bits and 32-36 KHz sampling.
Logic and context tell me that you meant 16–18 kHz.


I meant 32-36 KHz sampling for which the Nyquist frequencies are 16-18 KHz. So yes,we are describing the same bandpass two different isomorphic ways.

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Haha, sorry.  I’ll have to hope that ‘It was a long day’ is a sufficient excuse!