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When I record there is a lot of distortion on the sound, I am using an Electret ECM-1028 imp 600 ohms microphone.

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Computer Speaker help The Frequency response is the rate of measurement of the highs and lows of the sounds the speaker and produce. The THD, or Total Harmonic Distortion.

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