Sound. Chapter 1: Part 13. Overview. In this chapter, you will learn to Describe how sound works in a PC Select the appropriate sound card for a given scenario Install a sound card in a Windows system Troubleshoot problems that might arise with sound cards and speakers.
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Chapter 1: Part 13
Bit depth—Number of characteristics of a particular sound (for each sample)
Timbre (qualities from different instruments)
CompTIA A+EssentialsGetting the Right Sound Card
Getting the Right Sound Card
- Processor capabilities- Speaker support
- Recording quality- Jacks
- Extra features
Supports five channels plus subwoofer (5.1)
Front right, front left, front center, rear left, rear right
Digital Theatre System (DTS)
Competing standard that also supports 5.1
Sony/Philips Digital Interface (S/PDIF)
Uses single connector for entire 5.1 systemSurround-Sound Standards