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Old 29th June 2007, 16:44   #46
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200Hz is twice that of 100Hz, thats quiet easy I must say.
Say 2 beeps(or tather bapps) 1 at 100Hz and other at 200Hz, you will be able to easily tell which is which.
However if you have one at 14000Hz and other at 14100Hz it will be difficult
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Old 29th June 2007, 16:59   #47
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This is not correct information LBM. Our mod NC is in the movie, however it is a small part.
then i am going to see the movie today it self....
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Without discounting Navin's hearing in any wa, let me say, its not hard or difficult really. You just need to know what you're looking for. Its the most distinguishable 100 Hz in the audible spectrum after 0-100 Hz.

If you identify something like the 8200-8300 Hz band correctly, then you got ultra sensitive ears or whatever for sure.
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200Hz is twice that of 100Hz, thats quiet easy I must say.
Say 2 beeps(or tather bapps) 1 at 100Hz and other at 200Hz, you will be able to easily tell which is which.
However if you have one at 14000Hz and other at 14100Hz it will be difficult
ek dum correct hai jee..

the most important is the low end of the music(20-80HZ) as it add foundation to the music being played and is the most confusion one also as no one can tell from where it is coming. also it requires more power to reproduce it also.
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How can you distinguish betwen 100 hz and 200hz
also your car has the subwoofer placing towards the right instead of the coventional rear facing setup.
1. I am sure that you too can distinguish between 100 and 200Hz.

2. My car is NOT an ICE car. It's ICE was a compromise so that it could also fit 3 30" bags, 2 carry on bags and a laptop bag + duty free shopping OR my son's bike plus a few totes and duffles.

Once the various bags were put in the car I made a note of all the nooks and cranies that were left and built the ICE around that. Ever since I got married and even more after I had kids I have put audio on the back burner and tried to work my stereo projects around the space they have to spare. It is only right. My audio projeects had their time in the sun.

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Ever since I got married and even more after I had kids I have put audio on the back burner
If this is what happens to the likes of Navin Ji, then what about ordinary audio lovers.... be prepared to forget all that after marriage!
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