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RE: Chord up-samples?

Again, if you read what the Chord DAC design has written, he believes that humans are very sensitive to small timing errors and using a very long FIR filter is the way to reproduce the sample without a timing error compared to the original sampling point from the ADC. So, yes, nothing really new Chord just take filter length to the extreme but the minimum phase filter has become popular which is almost the exact opposite.

But the original question was really whether Chord uses two clock sources for 44.1x & 48x data and we still didn't answer him.


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