List of common sample rates.
|8,000 Hz||Adequate for human speech but without sibilance. Used in telephone/walkie-talkie.|
|11,025 Hz||Used for lower-quality PCM, MPEG audio and for audio analysis of subwoofer bandpasses.|
|16,000 Hz||Used in most VoIP and VVoIP, extension of telephone narrowband.|
|22,050 Hz||Used for lower-quality PCM and MPEG audio and for audio analysis of low frequency energy.|
|44,100 Hz||Audio CD, most commonly used rate with MPEG-1 audio (VCD, SVCD, MP3). Covers the 20 kHz bandwidth.|
|48,000 Hz||Standard sampling rate used by professional digital video equipment, could reconstruct frequencies up to 22 kHz.|
|88,200 Hz||Used by some professional recording equipment when the destination is CD, such as mixers, EQs, compressors, reverb, crossovers and recording devices.|
|96,000 Hz||DVD-Audio, LPCM DVD tracks, Blu-ray audio tracks, HD DVD audio tracks.|
|176,400 Hz||Used in HDCD recorders and other professional applications for CD production.|
|192,000 Hz||Used with audio on professional video equipment. DVD-Audio, LPCM DVD tracks, Blu-ray audio tracks, HD DVD audio tracks.|
|352,800 Hz||Digital eXtreme Definition. Used for recording and editing Super Audio CDs.|
|384,000 Hz||Highest sample rate available for common software. Allows for precise peak detection.|
See sample rates table.
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