96/24

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96/24

A 24-bit digital music sample taken 96,000 times per second. This is a standard format for downloadable high-definition music, equivalent to the sampling rate of DVD-Audio. See high-resolution audio and high-resolution sampling rates.
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3V digital supply and 9 or 12V analog supply for 2Vrms I/O drive capability while performing advanced multi-bit Delta-Sigma data conversion at up to 24-bit resolution and sample rates up to 96 kHz.
As the only company to design and develop OEM-specific HD streaming audio playback into vehicles, HARMAN will be showing at CES 2015 how unparalleled 96 kHz 24-bit studio-quality HD audio can be streamed seamlessly into listeners cars with the same convenience as in their homes.
The receiver will lock to 96 kHz data present on an optical input.
The new Dolby TrueHD coding solution enables facilities to integrate the benefits of 96 kHz playback quality audio into the final master while simultaneously reducing the incidence of digital artifacts introduced during the content-creation process.
The Dolby Headphone Technology creates the sound of five-speaker surround-sound playback on your stereo headphones that's 24-bit 96 kHz professional quality audio.
Needless to say, analog filtering is a non-issue for DVD-A running at 96 kHz.
With two 24-bits stereo DACs operating at sampling frequencies up to 192 kHz and two 24-bits stereo ADCs operating at sampling frequencies up to 96 kHz, both codecs can support multi-streaming and real-time communications applications.
1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz and the ability to decode multiple audio streams, the new decoder is optimized to minimize bandwidth requirements of ARC audio processors, enabling the processor to perform more functions at the same frequency, or run at a lower frequency to reduce power.
However, now we are starting with very small variations in group-delay flatness as a result of the reduced requirements on the filter to have an extremely steep transition band when the signal is sampled at 96 kHz.
Stimulus Reference Signal via 24-Bit D/A Aligns with Sampling Rate of A/D Inputs up to 96 kHz