Those Casio device mostly share a much broader range of WAV bitrates and frequencies than your short list. I think the E-200 dropped the IMA ADPCM codec which the earlier MIPS-based Casios used to great advantage, for ultra-low bitrate recording (even at 4kb/sec - 8KHz the audio was startlingly clear!). But the IMA ADPCM codec is not supported on many other devices, and so that's probably just as well in terms of file sharing of audio notes. I eventually used Pocket Mixer, one of the rare player/editor softwares which can open these files, to convert them to a more common codec and slightly higher bitrate.
Most of the WAV files generated in common PC-based software should be able to play back on an older Casio. I'd probably stay away from 48KHz though, going no higher than 44.1KHz, as I think that higher frequency is not supported. Or that could just be for WMA files... I forget.
Gerard Ivan Samija
You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum
Copyright 2001-2010, Chris De Herrera, All Rights Reserved