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- What is bit depth?

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## What is bit depth? |

A. | number of quantization level |

B. | interval between two quantization levels |

C. | number of possible digital values to represent each sample |

D. | none of the mentioned |

Answer» C. number of possible digital values to represent each sample | |

Explanation: one of the properties of pcm signal which determines its stream fidelity is bit depth which is the number of possible digital values that can be used to represent each sample. |

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