Why is this sample theoretical?
Further, why would it result in blown tweeters?
Also, does anybody know the source of this sample?
Wow, that gave me a headache I can hear clicking, and humming. I did not apply any resampling !
Jan S. you should advice that take the test with this sample with very care. Yesterday when I test mu sound card in my home theather system (jbl speakers around $1000), 2 tweeters of the satelites were fried , and I crying now . I can't buy a brand new, here in my country $1000 is exactly that I get for 6 month in my job, very expensive for me. And it seems to I can't repaired it too. . Now I can listen music until about 8 khz only, sounds like shitty. My system never will sounds transparent like before . So guys, I don't wish that this happen with any of us. Take care!!!
Ehh... What are you supposed to hear? It sounds like telephone ringing using Winamp 2.81 and a Hercules Fortissimo III 7.1 sound card at 44.1kHz...
I hear up to 15kHz but sadly i couldn't make this fabulous experience of hearing 19kHz sine tones...
The mpc sample you provided named correct.mpc.
If it's less than in the .mpc file it could be a problem with your mpc decoder/playback. Here both (.mpc and .flac) sound the same.
I tried the same sample with my SBlive 5.1; The best setting (not surprisingly) was with SSRC at 48000Hz but even at this setting I could still hear some weird ambulance in the background (not like the super annoying ultrasonic I've experienced with SoundMAX) but weird all the same; With both cards I can't make it to sound like tigre's mpc.