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In Reply to: 96Khz sampling rate over USB interface input? posted by BobP on December 26, 2006 at 19:32:21:
For higher rates you have to do a custom solution, writing your own Windows driver and making a custom USB receiver/processor. Nothing off the shelf.
Nonsense - most high(er) quality manufacturers offer at least one 96K USB option. Terratec, EMU, and M-Audio as examples.
> Maybe there are some FireWire chips.
Yes, there must be, because the M-Audio Audiophile Firewire
box does 24/96 over Firewire.
(I could never get it to do it **well**, mind you, but
it does it. Maybe it was my PC -- AMD w/nVidia nForce 2 --
but I couldn't get rid of clicks with the M-Audio, at
16/44.1 or 24/96. There were more of them at 24/96.)
> Yes, there must be. . .
Though I suppose they could be using a custom solution,
and not an off-the-shelf chip.
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