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Why do we not need a pre-amplifier for audio to go to the ear?
Why do we not need a pre-amplifier to make a sound louder when it reaches the ear?
The ear is an astonishing thing. For example, the human ear has a low pass frequency cut-off around 1.6MHz which is well beyond the range of most electronic signals.
Ears receive sound waves in a wave packet and will analyze and/or store the motion of the air molecules between peaks. This process takes a lot of time compared to the speed of sound.
Assuming there is no appreciable delay of the carrier wave, then the ear needs to know the “rough” position of the peak of the wave packet, and what the peak amplitude and phase might be. However, this can only be determined after the frequency of the wave packet has been “wavelength resolved”, and it is