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  1. Thanks @Selur

    It is not the same but good enough.
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  2. Originally Posted by pandy View Post
    Alternatively Dolby site can be helpful:
    https://www.dolby.com/us/en/guide/test-tones.html
    Thanks.

    Full audio band tones are better. One can use them while purchasing new speakers.

    The audio here are like that https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pELQH8nZRns&index=3&list=PLF255B8271918E141
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  3. Originally Posted by ConverterCrazy View Post
    Full audio band tones are better. One can use them while purchasing new speakers.
    The audio here are like that https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pELQH8nZRns&index=3&list=PLF255B8271918E141
    Pulse response IMHO is more important, and link lead me to one of most horrible examples of how bad can be lossy audio compression... sorry but i was not able to listen this for more than 15 seconds.
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  4. Originally Posted by pandy View Post

    Pulse response IMHO is more important, and link lead me to one of most horrible examples of how bad can be lossy audio compression... sorry but i was not able to listen this for more than 15 seconds.
    Sorry, I had meant 'like that' and not that track on YouTube.

    Go-by-the-ear is the only way I know to check audio spectrum while buying speakers.

    Please suggest some other way. Thanks.
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  5. Originally Posted by ConverterCrazy View Post
    Sorry, I had meant 'like that' and not that track on YouTube.

    Go-by-the-ear is the only way I know to check audio spectrum while buying speakers.

    Please suggest some other way. Thanks.
    Haha no need to sorry, not your fault, i know why you recommend such music. Well - buying speakers is more tricky, first you not buying speakers to frequently, at second you not buying speakers in same way as you buying milk - to listen sound particular conditions are required and by definition single listening is not enough. Personally i prefer to select good brand especially that some brands over decades created own sound timbre and you may predict how speaker set good is - at worse it will be average - that's why you can compare a comparable speakers from few brands you like (nowadays it is more difficult due of globalization, owner change etc but still possible - there is few good and large brands and at least twice more smaller companies dedicated to decent speakers).
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  6. Originally Posted by pandy View Post
    Haha no need to sorry, not your fault, i know why you recommend such music. Personally i prefer to select good brand especially that some brands over decades created own sound timbre and you may predict how speaker set good is - at worse it will be average - that's why you can compare a comparable speakers from few brands you like (nowadays it is more difficult due of globalization, owner change etc but still possible - there is few good and large brands and at least twice more smaller companies dedicated to decent speakers).
    That's a good suggestion.

    ( Extra info:

    Maybe I love the sound of my favorite numbers like:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBM6wdMq8CI
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp-Rw8FVtmA
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3xDks6aGUY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycIU6lfDP6g

    I have these on original vinyl disks for over 40 years. )
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