Need a good graphic of a clipped audio wave.

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  1. Justin Ward

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    I'm trying to find a good pic of a clipped audio wave to use in a presentation. I did a google search but didn't like any of the images. It will be used to help explain why underpowering a speaker is a common form of damaging speakers.
     
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  3. Justin Ward

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    Thanks, but I have kind of thinking aobut something more zoomed in, so I could show how the curve becomes squared off.
     
  4. Steve Felix

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    This comes from this lovely recording. Closer to what you're seeking? If it is I can make it bigger if you need it.
     
  5. Justin Ward

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    That's great. I used both of them to show clipping on a broad and more local scale. Thanks alot.
     
  6. Mark Paquette

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    Steve,

    Are those images from the latest Rush studio release? [​IMG]
     
  7. Brett_H

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    Justin,

    FWIW, there are more examples here.

    -Brett.
     

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