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  • noun

Synonyms for sampling

items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population

measurement at regular intervals of the amplitude of a varying waveform (in order to convert it to digital form)

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5MB hard drive space, CD-ROM drive, 16-bit sound card, 256-color display, speakers or headphones, mouse.
AudioStation's minimum system requirements are a Pentium-class 233MHz, Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 64MB RAM, 16X CD-ROM and a 16-bit sound card (Turtle Beach Santa Cruz recommended).
Unlike other wavetable upgrade cards on the market, UltraSound ACE does not require any special connectors or adaptors and is the only one that works with any 8 or 16-bit sound card.
AudioSurgeon's minimum system requirements are a Pentium-class 233MHz, Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 64MB RAM, 16X CD-ROM and a 16-bit sound card (Turtle Beach Santa Cruz(TM) recommended).
The Z-NOTEFLEX is also ready to tap the full potential of the multimedia computing frontier, with a range of leading-edge features including a built-in, high quality 16-bit sound system and the option to add a self-contained double-speed CD-ROM drive and amplified stereo audio enhancement.
Both products also have multimedia features including a built-in 16-bit sound microphone/speaker and a stereo headphone jack; a host of accessory options including desktop charging cradle, AC charger, car charger, external battery pouch and wireless keyboard/mouse options; and a variety of soft-goods for wearability and ergonomics.
For enhanced multimedia applications, the PC-8900 and PC-8700 come with a 16-bit sound board, compatible with all standard technologies, such as Sound Blaster(R) and Windows Sound System(R), built-in stereo sound speakers and microphone.
Disney Imagineering's "Ultimate Ride Coaster Deluxe" is compatible with Windows(R) 95 through XP PC systems and requires a Pentium II 333 MHz or faster processor, 32 MB of RAM, 64 MB of free hard disk space, a 16-bit sound card and an 8 MB video card, both DirectX 8.
Just as 16-bit sound cards established CD-quality sound as the standard for computer audio, Spatializer technology sets the new standard for interactive 3-D surround sound.
To access the Webcast, interested parties will need a 56Kbps modem or network Internet connection; Windows Media Player, Shockwave Player or Real Player; a 16-bit sound card and speakers or head phones.
The kits feature quality 16-bit sound by Media Vision and high-performance CD-ROM drives.
The Unlimited lists among its standard features an 89-key backlit keyboard, two type II or one type III PCMCIA slots, a Mini PCI slot, a removable HDD, a built-in 16-bit sound card with stereo speakers, and a component exchange port that operates any of the following interchangeable components: CD-ROM, DVD, FDD, 120MB Super Disk Drive, or Secondary Battery.
CCSI's current line of Innova family PC products includes the Innova Vision and Innova Media multimedia systems, a full complement of desktop and minitower systems featuring fast 486 or Pentium processing, large hard disk drives, Sony CD-ROM drives, 16-bit sound cards, external stereo speakers, and a suite of CD-ROM titles.
8Kbps modem or network Internet connection, Real Audio software, a 16-bit sound card and speakers or headphones.