Is QC free from anti-eliasing?

The fractal audio side says.

Is QC free from anti-eliasing?

We can guess by looking at the attached picture.

Is this data real?


Cool pictures, but until we know the base used for the testing and how the testing was performed it’s hard to know for sure. The method most people can use is A/B. I use that method and compare the products included in this graph along with comparing it to the tube amp/cab etc. and if there is something there it is hard to discern.

I would be questioning the setup and methodology to get the results before I blindly believe the pictures.

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You mean anti-aliasing? Yes, the data is real, it’s a real chart that someone went to a lot of trouble to draw. What it means or what it’s based on, who know but yes it is definitely a real chart by the definition. Hope that helps.

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I know if this graph is real.
What I’m saying is why this happened. This means that too vulnerable to noise.

This is from a competitor with no qualifier. You would need to know the base setup and test criteria. Also, testing data from a competitor is likely biased by default. The same shots were taken at the Kemper when it came out. It means that the product you are using (QC) has hit close to home so you are seeing shots taken at it.