cement board over 3/4 sub floor for tile
I think Joe missed the 24" o.c. part due to the malfunction. It's not a matter of suggesting, but you must go with an underlayment. The thicker the better, but need to know more.
Tell us the type and size of tiles you're planning. The type and size of the room and your location. The style of house, type of substrate, age and what's there now etc. We may need to know more, but good to start with just this info. .
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