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Old 2014-07-04, 09:44 AM
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48000 and 44100 bit rates

When transferring tapes I use EASY HI_Q RECORDER. There r options to record in many sample rates but their is only 16 and 8 bits too choose.if I record with the 48000 and not the 44100 sample rate is that 24bit even if the setting says its 16bit? And if no it is 16bit..its cd burning ready?,would 48000 sample still be a better transfer?Thanks for anyones response..HAPPY FOURTH!

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Old 2014-07-04, 11:17 AM
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Re: 48000 and 44100 bit rates

I beleive to burn as cd you need to make it 16 bit/44100
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Old 2014-07-04, 04:56 PM
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Re: 48000 and 44100 bit rates

48k is suitable for video editing.
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Old 2014-07-13, 06:48 PM
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Re: 48000 and 44100 bit rates

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if I record with the 48000 and not the 44100 sample rate is that 24bit even if the setting says its 16bit?
No, 24 bit is the bit DEPTH not the bit rate. Changing the bit rate doesn't change the bit depth.
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