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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.
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.
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.