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'[OT] A-weighted scales for dynamic range values (a'
2007\08\20@142159 by alan smith

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Doing some googling...but can't find the answer.  Is an A-weighted dB value as compared to a non-weighted larger or smaller than the equivelent dB.
 
 For example, 90dB is a typical upper end range for most consumer audio, while 100dB is more pro-audio.  But if the input channel is 90dB A-weighted...does this translate to a larger or smaller dB value?  Or maybe there isn't really a comparison.

     
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