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RE: Digital Filtering.......

A soft digital filter would work too, and avoid introducing additional components into the analog signal path. It wouldn't need to be oversampling.

You're absolutely right that brick wall filtering is not needed with 96 KHz sampling. But it's also true that the time domain artifacts of using brick wall filtering (i.e. ringing) should be innocuous with 96 KHz sampling, because the ringing is around 44-48 KHz rather than 20-22 KHz. If you just move the stop band far enough away from the audio band, the filter selection shouldn't matter.

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