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Ah, yes, sorry, I misuderstood about the false peak, obviously it means more amplification specifically at this frequency. Could you please elaborate or quote additional sources, still.
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2012 on Cut Your Own Vinyl Records at Retro Thing
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I'm pretty sure I could hear 200 Hz on my sound system (I certainly hear 50 Hz power grid noise) if it was there. Especially that RIAA correction kind of amplifies bass more than higher frequencies. As for the very low bass, it makes sense because audio speakers couldn't reproduce it anyway (unless you have something like a rotary subwoofer); plus extremely low freq. can introduce distortions/resonances into traditional analog circuitry, right? Of course, any medium has dynamic range limitations. For audio cassette tape it is around 54-60, right? Understanding comes in comparison. What do you mean by "reasonably long playing times"? The wear and tear of records? Could you please explain (or direct me for additional read) how a false peak at 200 Hz could prevent record wear? And if one owns a laser turntable from ELP? (I do dream about one) There is no (mechanical) resonance in stylus per se. Maybe we're in for a revolution in analog audio? ^_^
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2012 on Cut Your Own Vinyl Records at Retro Thing
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> "limited dynamic range of vinyl" whaaat? >"the source material has be be compressed to match the limited dynamic range" does this rule apply to these ugly instant cutting machines only?
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2012 on Cut Your Own Vinyl Records at Retro Thing
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