By Mizanur Rahman
Sample rate is the amount of snapshots taken per second in an audio. Sample rate ranges from 8,000-384,000. The lower the sample rate, the lower the quality of the sound. Whereas the higher the sample rate the more better and sharper the quality.
Bit depth is the thing which for every sample rate there is, there will be a bit. In each bit, it holds the information about the sample rate. For example, if there was 8,000 snapshots in 1 second for each of them there will be a bit and in each of them will hold the information about each sample rate.
Bit rate describes the rate at which bit are moved from one place to another. Bit rate is either measured in kilobits per second (Kbps) or megabits per second (Mbps)
Example of different media types and showing each of there bit rate.
Difference between- Low bit rate and High bit rate.
Difference between 8 samples per second and 16 samples per second.