(for the new I-Pod nano) what does Audio playback Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz mean for this device ? eg, will this device be able to play sounds below and above 20Hz / 20 000Hz, i would like to listen to sound waves recordings Alpha Brainwave Frequencies: 7-13 Hz, Theta Brainwave Frequencies:4-7 Hz, and Delta Brainwave Frequencies: 0-4 Hz. does this mean i will not be able to listen these recordings using this device ?
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The bandwidth is withing normal human hearing 20Hz to 20,000Hz.
As you age the top end will reduce quite dramatically
'i would like to listen to sound waves recordings Alpha Brainwave Frequencies: 7-13 Hz, Theta Brainwave Frequencies:4-7 Hz, and Delta Brainwave Frequencies: 0-4 Hz. does this mean i will not be able to listen these recordings using this device ?'
You need completely different equipment to analyze this, as you very well know
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Thank you for your reply, much appreciated !!
The link in your answer pointed me in the right direction (on the same google page), i found the information that i required to know ,via this link below, .
From what i understand, i will be able to use this device regarding these types of recordings.
Thanks again !!
Gentlemen,gentlemen and if there are any woman as well, Please !, take it easy !
Firstly "Thank you for all" for your responses, again much appreciated!!
I recieved a reply from the manufacturing company of these types of recordings, and this is their explaination as to why i will be able to listen to these recording using this and other devices, as long as i have enclosed ear phones / Stereo headphones that enclose most of both ears are recommended .
This was their reply!
"Remember the human ear cannot hear anything below about 20Hz. The reason binaural audio works is because your brain recognizes the difference between two different tones. For instance, if a tone of 80 Hz was played in your right ear and 88 Hz in your left then your brain would synchronize itself to the difference between the two (In this case it would be 8 Hz, a theta brainwave, which would be quite relaxing).
Regular headphones range from 20-20,000 Hz, which is more than good enough".
Again i will refer to the link that i provided in my answer to 'vistamike' , it is along the same lines as the above reply from the manufacturer.
Mr lighthouse please take this light heartedly, i would not like to be your neighbour if you are building machines that make your soft parts go to mush!
Again "thanks every body" its been emotional !!
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