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In Reply to: RE: USB clocking for 44.1k? posted by Dynobot on March 04, 2017 at 08:47:39
"Is it possible to slave the USB Bit-Bucket clock and the Audio Bit-Bucket clock to 'one' master clock?"
Good question. A DAC that has two clocks for 44.1k times integer and for 48k times integer, respectively, had a third 12MHz clock near the USB chip.
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All decent usb cards do, with I2S output to the dac. The quality of the 44.1x and 48x clocks count a lot, nevermind all these gold coloured Chinese XOs that they sell at a premium price.
As far as I can tell my gear only has two clocks.
1 on the computer side and one on the dac side.
Although the Audiogd Master 7 and many other Dacs have two clocks [or more inside]. As for the Audiogd one clock is at the Amanero module and another at the DSP module. If I use USB in I usually bypass the DSP clock.
A DAC....you saw had those, not every Dac has the same number of clocks or the same Hz.
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