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RE: I think the concern expressed by the original poster...

Maybe the Chord DAC upsamples to the lowest common multiple of the popular audiophile sampling frequencies like the PS Audio DirectStream, e.g. 28.224 MHz.

Here's a question from a curious enthusiast: I thought with interpolation by an integer factor, the original data points will still get modified a bit since there's no such thing as a perfect low pass filter. However, you can use half-band filters to 'retain the original samples', which seems to be the approach used by Schiit. What are the tradeoffs involved between the former and the latter?

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