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RE: Good question, Roger ...

Initially, I fed the (analogue) output from my preamp into the analogue input of my miniDSP. This meant I had to run the 10x10HD at 48kHz.

A couple of years ago I bought a good A2D converter to digitise my phono stage output ... so I now use the digital input to the miniDSP - which enables me to run it at 96kHz. (The A2D converter can actually run at 192kHz - so I'm hoping the nanoDIGI supports this.)

So I already digitise my vinyl with a better quality input A2D converter than what is in the miniDSP - by moving to the nanoDIGI, I can use higher quality output D2A converters than what miniDSP offers. Of course ... this all comes at a price! :-))

Andy


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