8-bit sound


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8-bit sound

A sound card that processes 8-bit sound samples. The more data in the sample, the more accurately sound can be digitized. See sampling.
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1 kHz for production, the high quality, digital sounds will reduce potential sound degradation for producers converting to 8-bit sound.
486/66 MHz (Pentium recommended), 16 MB RAM, 20 MB free hard disk space, SVGA monitor (640x480, 256 colors), double speed CD-ROM drive (quad-speed or faster recommended), and 8-bit sound card.
In addition, Disney has created a special "Lion King" CD-ROM version for systems with 8-bit sound cards, also available through the 800 number.
0, Pentium(TM) 90 or higher, 16MB RAM, 8-bit sound card.
To run either Scholastic's The Magic School Bus Explores the Human Body or Scholastic's The Magic School Bus Explores the Solar System, users need a multimedia PC with 486 SX 25 Mhz or higher microprocessor, 4 MB of RAM and 5 MB of available hard disk space, SVGA 256-color display monitor (local bus video recommended), and a double-speed CD-ROM drive with an 8-bit sound card (MIDI-capable sound card recommended for Human Body only), and headphones or speakers.
1/Windows 95: (486/66 or Pentium), 8 MB RAM, 10 MB free hard disk space, SVGA monitor, double-speed CD-ROM drive, 8-bit sound card.
8-bit sound blaster or equivalent (16-bit sound card and external speakers are recommended)