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I just bought a new Pioneer 6.1 surround reciever. I run my computer into it with the digital output. When I use 96khz as the output sampling rate the reciever won't let me use all the sound options. But when i change it to 48khz it works. So my question is which sampling rate is better 96khz or 48khz? And what exactly is it?
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no need for 96khz. 48khz is more than CD quality(44.1khz), and is double of what the human ear can perceive.
 

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The highest frequency that can be accurately reproduced is half the sampling rate. You're getting over the 20kHz mark either way, so don't sweat it and use the sampling rate that is more flexible to your application.


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