In Reply to: RE: Bad memory posted by John Elison on August 10, 2008 at 03:01:18
Radians are a ratio between two lengths so they have no dimension. Accordingly a frequency in radians per second has the dimensions s^-1. The rest flows from this.
The base unit for hertz is also s^-1.
Normally we use Hz and rad/s rather than s^-1 in order to differentiate the two.
I suppose it is pointless to continue this discussion since you now seem unable to support your original premise that the measuring frequency of 315-Hz has anything to do with the 318-us time constant in the RIAA equalization curve.
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