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  2. Intro
  3. Our Tests
    1. Peaks
    2. Dips
  4. Discussions

Peaks/Dips Scores and Tests
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What it is: How well the sound frequency response follows its own sound profile. The sound profile curve used is a smoother version of its own frequency response. Therefore, the peaks and dips represent the "wiggles" of the frequency response. The calculations are done between 20Hz and 9kHz.
When it matters: When you want to hear all the frequencies without overemphasis.
Score components:
Score distribution

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Test results

Our Tests

Peaks

What it is: Standard error of the frequency response above the sound profile line.
When it matters: When you don't want some frequencies to be overemphasized.
Good value: < 1.5 db
Noticeable difference: 0.5 db
Score distribution

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Dips

What it is: Standard error of the frequency response below the sound profile line.
When it matters: When you want to hear all frequencies.
Good value: < 1.5 db
Noticeable difference: 0.5 db
Score distribution

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