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Topic: Yet another questionable listening test related to high sample rates (Read 2660 times) previous topic - next topic
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Yet another questionable listening test related to high sample rates

I don't think they got this one right (again).

Yet another questionable listening test descirption and link to files

The killer is that the test doesn't have enough unknowns (just 3) to do much in the way of serious statistics on.

The obvious problem is that 2 of the files are 2496 and one is 24192.

The less obvious problem is that the down sampling has significant aliasing up to 26 kHz.

The source material could be a bootleg given the way the audience clapping sound.  And the music, if you call it that... (I must be getting old) ;-).


 
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