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>But the point everyone's trying to make is if you're going to be 
>working in a 24-bit environment, then you have do do the initial 
>transfer at that rate.  You can't transfer it at 16 bits and then 
>decide later on to convert that to 24 bits.  There's absolutely no 
>benefit to that, and actually may be worse than if you had kept it 
>at 16 bits all along.

That is just not true. See my previous e-mail explaining why 
processing in 24-bit when you start with a 16-bit sample and end with 
a 16-bit output file WILL give you benefit!



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