- Vision: visible light goes from 390nm to 750nm. 
- Hearing: audible range of frequencies is from 20Hz to 20,000 Hz. 
- Touch (somatosensory): This begins to get much more difficult to put in terms of bandwidth. For touch there are 3 different types, movement, pressure, and chemical/temperature. 
- Movement/Pressure (mechanoreceptor): the main thing for this that you can measure in bandwidth is texture (when you are running your finger over a surface for example). Texture will cause your skin to feel vibrations the main range for those vibrations are from 50 Hz to 300 Hz.
- Temperature (thermoreceptor): sensitive across all ranges until the nerves die from either the cold or the heat.
(olfaction): Its hard to quantify smell as a bandwidth. However humans
have have about 10 cm2 (1.6 sq in) of olfactory epithelium, whereas
some dogs have 170 cm2. 
- Taste (gustatory): Very hard to quantify, there are a variety of different types of tastes. 
This was an answer I wrote on Quora.