5kHz L&R - 0dB - Various - Test Disc II (CD)

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  1. Digital-Analogue Converter Overload Effect, The Moldau (Excerpts): 1 KHz OdB, G+D/ L+R Emphasis Off - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra/Kurt Redel5/5(1).
  2. 17 Hz dB Sine Wave L-R CD Player Test Signals (For S/N, THD, Frequency Response, Etc.) 18 Hz 0dB Sine Wave L 19 Hz 0dB Sine Wave R 20 Hz 0dB Sine Wave L 21 Hz 0dB Sine Wave R 22 Hz 0dB Sine Wave L 23 Hz 0dB Sine Wave R 24 Hz 0dB Sine Wave L 25 Hz 0dB Sine Wave R
  3. I take things apart. I enjoy exploring the world around me and objects I come in contact with. This site is a collection of things I'm interested dakhmicchartpucversguavesocodureled.xyzinfog: Test Disc II.
  4. Use CD-CHECK when buying a new or used CD/DVD player. In many cases, data loss is a major cause of sound distortion in current models of CD and DVD players. So, when buying a new or used player make sure you test for it. With CD-CHECK the test is easy, and since it takes only 20 seconds you can do it right in the store.
  5. Test audio CDs have always been my apprehension on the selection of audio signal programmes and quality of the recording."The Ultimate Test CD" balances well both the audio programme excerpts for system testing and listening/5(9).
  6. [3] 50Hz 0dB L+R [4] Hz 0dB L+R [5] Hz 0dB L+R [6] Hz 0dB L+R [7] 1KHz 0dB L+R [8] 2KHz 0dB L+R [9] 5KHz 0dB L+R [10] 10KHz 0dB L+R [11] 12KHz 0dB.
  7. Oct 07,  · However, while the transport correctly recognized the sample rate and bit depth of WAV files when I played a selection of test files I'd burned to a DVD-R, a data CD-R with the same files was played at a constant kHz with the wrong frequency; eg, a 1kHz tone sampled at kHz was reproduced as a Hz tone sampled at kHz.
  8. Various Artists - Denon Audio Technical CD - dakhmicchartpucversguavesocodureled.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content (0dB L+R) Hz Tone Burst (0dB L+R) Hz Tone Burst (0dB L+R) Impulse I (0dB L+R) Impulse II (0dB L+R) Pulsive Signal 40mS (0dB L+R) White Noise (0dB L+R) 25Hz,Hz,40Hz (dB/dB L/R) 50Hz, 63Hz, 80Hz (dB/dB L/R) 5/5(1).
  9. There are three catalog number: C (spine and matrix), CEX (front), 38C (CD). Spine/matrix has the common number of all. Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(2).

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