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.


A 96/24 Example
This illustration from Sony shows how the 96/24 designation is used in an audio example. In this case, the 96/24 clearly states that the 96 is the sampling frequency in Hertz, and the 24 is the sampling size in bits (see sampling). (Image courtesy of Sony Corporation.)
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Here, the data obtained at the frequencies of 96 kHz and 120 kHz were selected for discussion.
For those that can't wait, the album is currently available in HD Audio format on Albedo's website, where you can get all the songs from the album right now in 24bit, 96 khz HD quality.
Android L will have a better audio support including low latency input and output, 24 bits per sample, 96 KHz sampling rate, floating point for sampling, better resampling, improvements on audio and video sync, USB audio support and API improvements for developers.
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The wizard features a 24-bit, 96 kHz codec with six analog input and eight analog output channels, and an internal DSP processing speed of 0.6 GMACs.
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