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Frequency response is a measure of the amplifier's ability to pass a wide range of frequencies in the audio spectrum. Ideally, one would strive to achieve a flat response; that is, all frequencies would pass through an amplifier with equal amplification. Response of a modern Hi-Fi system is generally measured from below 20 Hz to well beyond the 15kHz audible limit. It is measured in dB of deviation across the audio spectrum.