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48/16

A 16-bit digital music sample taken 48,000 times per second. This is a standard format for downloadable CD-quality music. See high-resolution audio and high-resolution sampling rates.
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Further, with eight slots available for expansion cards, users could use up to 1,088 Dante/AES67 channels, including the 64 channels that comes as standard, at 48 kHz.
Often, the local recordings were done on incompatible DAWs or even basic audio formats--think AAC versus MP3 versus Broadcast WAV (BWAV) files--and sometimes one musician might accidentally record at 44.1 kHz instead of the more widely used professional 48 kHz sample rate.
Tone bursts at 4, 8, 16, 24, 32, and 48 kHz (5 ms duration, 0.1 ms rise/fall time) were used to elicit the ABR responses.
The input audio signal is taken in .wav format with a sampling frequency of 48 kHz. It is then fed to G.722 audio codec which consists of encoder and decoder.
Audio files are saved in 24-bit / 48 kHz LPCM (Linear Pulse Code Modulation) format -- the same format used in the movie industry.
The sample frequency of the system is 48 kHz and the bandwidth of OFDM signal is B = 6 kHz.
MIDI usage is restricted to five-pin equipped keyboards with their own power source, and although it's capable of 24-bit audio recording, it only supports sample rates of up to 48 kHz, which may not be high enough for some.
The frequency of high-voltage electricity applied to the samples varied from 23 to 48 kHz.
The library supports high-fidelity 16-bit, 24 kHz MP3 and WMA sound files as well as 24-bit, 48 kHz WAV files that were created using Avid Pro Tools* and Apple Logic* Pro digital audio workstation software.
The ultrasonic sensors used in automotive parking and ADAS typically operate at 48 kHz or 58 kHz.
Headphones connecting through the Lightning port will be able to receive lossless 48 kHz digital audio and send mono 48 kHz digital input through a mic.