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In Reply to: RE: Good question, Roger ... posted by andyr on July 03, 2020 at 01:07:38
The nanoDIGI unit is like most of the miniDSP gadgets with digital input and utilizes an ASRC in conjunction with a 96khz sampling rate. So, your 192kHz A/D output will be resampled.
But I don't see any issue with that. There isn't anything being produced by a phonograph record that would require a 192kHz rate...nor a 96kHz one for that matter. :)
Edits: 07/03/20Follow Ups:
So the nanoDIGI has an internal rate of 96kHz. NP - my A2D converter can select that (to save re-sampling) ... it's what I'm using at present (into my 2x10HD).
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