44/16

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44/16

A 16-bit digital music sample taken 44,056 times per second. This is the standard format for music CDs and downloadable CD-quality music. See high-resolution audio and high-resolution sampling rates.
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Each of the audio signals mentioned in this table is a mono wave file whose sampling rate is 44.
Recordings were made with a hydrophone built in the laboratory (sensitivity-40 dB re: 1 [micro]Pa and linear from 20 Hz and 60 kHz) on a digital recorder TASCAM HD-P2, with a sampling frequency of 44.
We collected acoustic data in mp3 format at 320 kbps with a sampling rate of 44.
025 kHz/16-bit 1 kHz sine wave signal (clipped to +12 dB) resampled to 44.
1 from Syntrillium Software Corporation) is used to adjust the sampling frequency to 44.
So, a 16-bit depth rate means 16 bits (pieces of data) are transmitted or received per second, while a 44.
Dado el alto costo de las tarjetas de adquisicion de datos, se ha disenado e implementado un sistema de adquisicion de datos mediante la tarjeta de sonido de la PC, el cual es un convertor analogico digital de 2 canales, con una resolucion de 16 bits y una frecuencia de muestreo de 1Hz hasta 44.
During a beach outing, they agreed that whoever stayed on their surfboard the longest would pick the rate--and thus 44.
This is the only DVD-A release in this batch of recordings, and it is a bit unusual in that it was recorded at 44.
Audio is typically converted into digital data at 32 kHz, 44.