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The Case Against Low-Frequency Pre-Emphasis in Magnetic Recording

Data on low-frequency energy distirbution in music do not justify the use of low-frequency pre-emphasis, and subjective low-frequency noise does not require it. Therefore the elimination of low-frequency pre-emphasis is suggested. Practical implications are also discussed.

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JAES Volume 10 Issue 2 pp. 106-107; April 1962
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