covalongacurta wrote:i understand that you like vinyl but you don't need to get the facts the way you're getting.
Liking vinyl or not has no bearing at all upon sampling theorem.
covalongacurta wrote:If you solve a mathematical equation using your own rules you'll get a result but not the right one.
My maths is correct, it's your understanding that is flawed.
Your fundamental misunderstanding, that I have corrected twice already, is that two samples per cycle is 2Hz. It is not, rather two samples per cycle is a sampling rate 2x the frequency of the waveform you are sampling.covalongacurta wrote:At least trust your own ears they will tell you that you don't listen to 2 samples per second when you listen to a cd . 2 samples per second are nothing to human ears. I could tell a lie but i don't want.
Using RBCD which uses 44100 samples/sec, if you were to use that to sample a 22050Hz sinewave, there would be 2 samples per cycle: (44100 samples/sec) / (22050 cycles/sec) = 2 samples/cycle.
Using the same RBCD sampling rate of 44100 samples/sec and a 441Hz sine wave, then you would have 44100/44100 = 100 samples/cycle. Similarly, if you have a 2Hz waveform, sampled at RBCD rates, then there will be 44100/2 or 22050 samples/cycle of the original waveform.