Jenkins, John Chapter 9

Jenkins, John Chapter 9 - 16. Lime (Line Out) 17. MPEG is a...

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1. The CPU must support the technology, i.e. the instruction set must be pre- programmed by the manufacturer. 2. A multisession drive can read a disc that has had data written during more than one session. 3. PATA, SATA, USB 4. The bottom side. 5. PATA, HDD = Master - CD = Slave 6. Hz (samples “cycles” per second) 7. Because a PC only communicates digitally (in binary). Analog signals cannot be directly expressed in binary; they must be converted to digital. 8. 44,100 Hz 9. 256 10. Attempt to play a music file from CD or from HDD. 11. CD Drive, Sound Card 12. So that it does not become loose and get wrapped up in the tape drive. 13. Microdrive 14. Digital cameras upload to the PC, and MP3 players download from the PC to the device. 15. Assures that the card can accept the industry-standard Sound Blaster instructions.
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Unformatted text preview: 16. Lime (Line Out) 17. MPEG is a standard for compression of motion pictures, video and audio. MPEG-2 is used to compress video on DVD. MP3 is a compression standard for audio files and is a form of MPEG; it is based on MPEG-1. JPEG is a compression standard for photos formulated by the Joint Photographic Experts Group. 18. Matching PC and device interface, transfer rates, capture resolution, bundled editing software 19. Blue 20. Blue WRONG: MIC GOES IN RED PORT 21. MPEG-2, Dolby AC-3, Surround Sound 22. EIDE (PATA) 23. CD drive can only read a CD-ROM, CD-R can read and write, CD-RW can read, write, format and re-write on a RW disc. 24. floppy, CD, DVD, Tape 25. 8 26. Memory Stick 27. SD Card (Secure Digital) 28. xD-Picture Card 29. 2 Layers and 1 Side 30. RAID 0, No...
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