Frequency response is the range of bass, mids and treble. Some headphones offer wider ranges (for example, 5 to 33,000 Hz), but better frequency response does not always mean better sound quality. Below 20 Hz bass frequencies can be felt more so than heard, treble frequencies over 20,000 Hz are not always audible.
Subsequently, one may also ask, what frequency is bass and treble?
Here are the audio definitions for “BASS,” “MIDRANGE,” and “TREBLE” and the associated frequencies: Bass = 10 Hz to 100 Hz, Mid Bass = 100 Hz to 300 Hz, Low Mid = 300 Hz to 600 Hz, Midrange = 600 Hz to 1.2 kHz, High Mid = 1.2 kHz to 2.4 kHz, Low Treble = 2.4 kHz to 4.8 kHz, Mid Treble = 4.8 kHz to 9.6 kHz, High Treble
What frequency is a low B on a bass?
One octave below that is the low A on a piano at 27.5Hz. The Low B string on a 5 or 6 string bass is about 31Hz. However, it should be remembered, that whenever you play a note, you are rarely playing one frequency. Most of the time, when a note is played, there are overtones which accompany the sound.
What Hz is sub bass?
Sub-bass sounds are the deep, low- register pitched pitches approximately below 60 Hz and extending downward to include the lowest frequency humans can hear, assumed at about 20 Hz. In this range, human hearing is not very sensitive, so sounds in this range tend to be felt more than heard.