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RE: Chord up-samples?

"Oversampling filters 'create' new samples of the original signal. I think this is what Franks is alluding to."

Franks used the phrase "faithfully reproducing all of the timing information"..... Oversampling cannot provide or improve this. And most DACs in existence already oversample/upsample. This is nothing new. This is why I thought Franks implied that DACs omitted some of the samples from the original data.

The "creation" of the samples is the execution of the digital filter function in the time domain. Once again, nothing new.

Edits: 06/21/17

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