What is response bandwidth Tags: Bandwidth Audio Last response: December 22, 2011 1:17 PM in Home Audio Share charlie58 December 19, 2011 12:12:48 AM I am seeing ranges in "response bandwidth" from 5 - 100000. What is response band width? What numbers are important? Are any of these numbers out of humans hearing range? More about : response bandwidth soundguruman December 22, 2011 1:17:40 PM The lowest number is the bass frequencies, the highest is the treble frequencies. The normal range of human hearing is 20-20Khz. However humans can hear beyond that range. The wider the range, the better, generally. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Bandwidth and Frequency response Forum SolvedWhat is the highest (theoretical) bandwidth you would get per port on a USB 3.0 hub? Forum SolvedWhat's MS response time in a monitor? Forum SolvedWhat Router Can Monitor Bandwidth Usage on All Devices? Forum SolvedWhat is microphone frequency response? Forum SolvedWhat speed should I expect to see on my WiFi compared to my bandwidth Forum SolvedWhat Response Time for Gaming Monitor? Forum Do ISPs use the "potential bandwidth" of what you download in your monthly internet cap? Forum SolvedWhat is this?! Looking for fast response! Forum What is the best online storage with unlimited data and bandwidth? Forum What software is best to prioritize my applications bandwidth usage? Forum What is the best way to setup bandwidth limiting/qos? Forum What do I need...quick response badly needed... Forum Whats faster... SLi: (TWO) BFG 8800 Ultra Over Clocks (PCI-e x16) or SLi: (TWO) THE FASTEST PCI-e x16 2.0 (@ x8 bandwidth) Forum What is this?! Lookin' for a fast response! Forum What is my Bandwidth ? Forum What is Frequency Response Forum What is intel smart response for? Forum What's your highest Socket 939 Memory Bandwidth? Forum What is (in theory), the maximum bandwidth possible on DDR2? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Home Audio categories Headsets High-End Audio MP3 Players Pioneer Pro Audio Speakers Yamaha !