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USB clocking for 44.1k?

I like the idea of async USB, since the hi-fi DACs clock is usually better than a PCs clock.

However, it seems that USB chips use 12MHz clock, which is not an integer multiple of 44.1kHz.

So a 44.1kHz digital audio signal goes through USB (not S/PDIF, nor I2S), will there be some artifacts like those from asynchronous sample rate conversion?

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Topic - USB clocking for 44.1k? - dave789 17:43:49 03/02/17 (12)


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