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Old 06-29-2010, 09:58 PM
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Default Re: 44.1 kHz vs. 48 kHz - why not use the higher?

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Originally Posted by albee1952 View Post
The math to convert form 88.2K to 44.1K is simple, vs the math to convert from 96K to 44.1K.
So you had to go and whip out that chestnut huh albee? While it seems logical, it really doesn't matter.

But you are right. It's the SRC that has always been frowned upon. Avoiding it is looked upon as a step towards quality.

Historically, many SRC algorithms have been quite atrocious. While many have improved over time, you can see a visual of where some are currently here. http://src.infinitewave.ca/

And of course, Audioease's world-famous audio demonstrations. http://www.audioease.com/Pages/Barba...a4SRCTest.html
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