How to Convert HZ to KHz?

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One Hz, or hertz, is equal to 0.001 kHz, or kilohertz. So, to convert Hz to kHz, you multiply the total number of Hz by 0.001. For example, 100 Hz times 0.001 equals 0.1 kHz.
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1. Download a copy of the audio-editing program GoldWave (see Resources) Run the installation program and then open it. 2. Click on the "Open" icon, located in the top-right
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multiply by a 1000.
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abbr. kilohertz
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