VS-2480CD, VS-2480, VS-2400: Recording Time Chart - (Recording Mode/Sample Rate)

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The following chart shows the number of minutes available when recording a single track within a single empty 10 GIG partition. The available time depends on the selected Sample Rate & Record Mode:

Mode: 96k
M24 - 662 (minutes)
MTP - 1,989
CDR - 994
M16 - 994
MT1 - 1,989
MT2 - 2,651
LIV - 3,181
LV2 - 3,977

Mode: 88.2k
M24 - 721 (minutes)
MTP - 2,165
CDR - 1,082
M16 - 1,082
MT1 - 2,165
MT2 - 2,885
LIV - 3,462
LV2 - 4,329

Mode: 64k
M24 - 1,324 (minutes)
MTP - 2,983
CDR - 1,491
M16 - 1,491
MT1 - 2,983
MT2 - 3,976
LIV - 4,772
LV2 - 5,966

Mode: 48k
M24 - 1,442 (minutes)
MTP - 3,977
CDR - 1,989
M16 - 1,989
MT1 - 3,977
MT2 - 5,302
LIV - 6,362
LV2 - 7,955

Mode 44.1k
M24 - 1,987 (minutes)
MTP - 4,329
CDR - 2,165
M16 - 2,165
MT1 - 4,329
MT2 - 5,771
LIV - 6,925
LV2 - 8,558

Mode: 32k
M24 - N/A
MTP - 5,966 (minutes)
CDR - 2,983
M16 - 2,983
MT1 - 5,966
MT2 - 7,953
LIV - 9,543
LV2 - 11,932

Tip: If you want to view how much recording time is available for a new project you can; Create a new project with the desired Record Mode and Sample Rate, and then "arm" the number of tracks you plan to record on. The remaining time for the current partition will be calculated and displayed on the bottom right corner of the VGA monitor next to "REMAIN."