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Audio frequency range of LP vs. CD

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Uploaded on May 4, 2010

In a nutshell, CDs chop off all the audio content above 22 kHz, while LPs roll off smoothly up to 60 kHz and beyond. Considering that the upper limit of human hearing is commonly agreed to be only 20 kHz, it is up to you to decide how much of a difference this actually makes. But the use of high digital sampling rates lets us record and visualize these upper frequencies which even the current 96 kHz/24 bit standard for professional audio cannot fully capture.

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