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You raise a good point

In some (rare) circumstances, I've had resampling situations that actually resulted in a PITCH CHANGE. How noticeable is a pitch change from 44.1 to 48 or 48 to 44.1? On unfamiliar material, it might go by unnoticed! (This is what, like a "half" semi-tone in pitch change??)

So another test would be to play 44.1 and 88.2 of the same material to make double-sure there is no pitch change going on.

With DTS passthrough test, though, ANY resampling or ANY volume bit change (any change at all, then) will result in thissssssssssss.

It's a good test! And I've tested the test too... :P

You're right, but I would add:

-Trust OR
-Verify using a proven test method


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