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Sounds between [x] and [h]?

If you look at an IPA consonant chart, the places of articulation are listed from front to back. /x/ is a velar sound, pronounced with the most relevant constriction at the velum; /h/ is (generally ...
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Pronouncing h as /x/?

From the comments: Could a typical English speaker notice it [and] what are a few languages that do? For the first part, I would say yes from anecdotal evidence. They would probably still ...
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