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Anti-Alias and Anti-Image Filtering: The Benefits of 96-kHz Sampling Rate Formats for Those Who Cannot Hear Above 20 kHz

Reports that 96 kHz sampled digital audio systems have greater transparency than those sampling at 44.1 kHz apparently conflict with knowledge of the capability of human hearing. The band-limiting filters required are examined for a role in producing these differences. Possible mechanisms are presented for these filters to produce audible artifacts and filter designs avoiding these artifacts are illustrated.

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