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Subject: Re: Questions for audio gurus
From: "werainey" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 06:54:50 -0000
> This is not completely true. Some devices running at 96 and 192 kHz
> have sharp a-a filters at both frequencies, but others have good
> filters at 96 kHz and very smooth (bad) filters at 192 kHz. In some
> 192 kHz devices I also found a frequency response smoothly falling
> above 40-50 kHz.
> Thus it is important to carefully test the devices before completely
> trusting in their specifications.
> I'll try to publish some tests soon.

Excellent! I'd certainly like to learn of consumer hardware that offers bot=
sharp antialiasing filters and  reasonable frequency response at both those=

sampling frequencies.
Bill R.


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