for approaching that goal. The advances made in signal processors to synthesize an approximation of a good concert hall can now provide a somewhat more realistic illusion of listening in a concert hall. In addition to spatial realism, the playback of music must be subjectively free from noise, such as hiss or hum, to achieve realism. In those days the average radio or phonograph equipment sounded pretty horrible but, as I was really interested in music, it occurred to me that something might be done about. When the music is stored in an audio file format that is lossless such as flac, Monkey's Audio or WMA Lossless, the computer playback of recorded audio can serve as an audiophile-quality source for a hi-fi system. Price range, prices in Original currency, order by Relevance, high firstRelevance, low firstPrice, high firstPrice, low firstFirst seen, new firstFirst seen, old firstProduct, a-zProduct, z-aSite, a-zSite, z-aProximity, closest firstProximity, farthest first. Audio Design Handbook (PDF). Sean Olive of Harman International shares this view. David Lander Archived at the Wayback Machine. The human hearing range, for healthy young persons, is 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz.
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Find the Style, show matching products, the glass bowl is mouth blown by a skilled craftsperson. Beginning in 1948, several innovations created the conditions that made for major improvements of home-audio quality possible: Reel-to-reel audio tape recording, based on technology taken from Germany after wwii, helped musical artists such as Bing Crosby make and distribute recordings with better fidelity. 7 8 He stated: "Blind tests are at the core of the decades' worth of research into loudspeaker design done at Canada's National Research Council (NRC). 11 Audio equipment must be able to reproduce frequencies high enough and low enough to be realistic. "Blind Listening Tests are Flawed: An Editorial".