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  1. Which player S/W and H/W can play 12.3 Mbps 48 KHz 8 channels PCM wave?

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    Complete name : Test.wav
    Format : Wave
    Overall bit rate : 12.3 Mbps

    Audio
    Format : PCM
    Bit rate : 12.3 Mbps
    Channel(s) : 8 channels
    Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
    Bit depth : 32 bits

    Thanks in advance!
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    maybe an audio editor like audacity, reaper, soundforge. but it's 32 bit which may be limiting.
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    yep only editors.
    u r a smart guy!
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    SoundForge, ProTools, Magix Sequoia, SAW Studio can. Possibly also: newest Adobe Audition, Cubase, Logic Pro. Maybe others.

    Make sure what you have is standardized WAV and not corrupt. I say this, because 12.3 Mbps doesn't fit the expected bitrate for 8 ch/sample x 48000 samples/sec x 32bits/channel = 11.71Mbps.

    If you're having trouble, there are tools that will convert to lower bit depth and/or split to multiple-mono tracks for easier verification...

    Scott

    edit: yeah, most WAV files don't normally exist as 32bit, since 24bit depth is really more than enough for anything audio-related. 32bit and Floating point are only helpful while you're editing to make the number crunching (and rounding effects) easier. So you won't see those used for consumer stuff (players, etc.)
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