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Re: OT: 24Bit/96Khz vs 16Bit/ 44.1Khz recording
Bit depth is independent of sample rate.
The bit depth simply determines the number of discreet amplitude levels
which can be quantified at each sample. The number is expressed as an
exponent of 2 (because each bit is binary - a 1 or a 0). 16 bits = 2^16 =
16,535 amplitude values, 24 bits = 2^24
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On Dec 16, 2011, at 4:42 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Charles Zwicky wrote:
>> 256 x 48khz = 128 x 96khz = 64 x 192khz = 12.288Mhz
>> In other words, the input is sampled at rate of 12.288Mhz independent
>> of the system sampling rate.
>> For one thing, this means that aliasing is nonexistent even at a
>> "44.1khz" sample rate.
> what's the bit depth at the 12.288Mhz rate?