Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] New Asus Ath. XP 2500 Delta 1010LT performance
From: Russell Hanaghan (hanaghan_AT_starband.net)
Date: Wed Jul 07 2004 - 02:37:51 EEST
On Tue, 2004-07-06 at 12:42, Ben wrote:
> > From: Russell Hanaghan <hanaghan_AT_starband.net>
> > Subject: [linux-audio-user] New Asus Ath. XP 2500 Delta 1010LT
> > performance
> > I'm using it as a live fx processor) But if I try to run at 96000 it
> > pops and stuff even at higher intervals (512, 1024,etc).
> > I guess I expected it should be able to do this no problem and I
> > would
> > get better fidelity as a result. What would the possible verdict be
> > here?
I'll buy that! :)
Thanks for taking the time to answer.
> > Thanks in advance
> > R~
> I can't tell you what is causing this but you probably won't get a
> noticeable improvement by switching from 48 to 96 kHz. Your speaker
> system (and your ears) are probably incapable of resolving >20kHz
> signals in a live PA-type situation. Audio professionals ( mixers,
> mastering engineers, etc - not manufacturers ) are still undecided
> whether higher sampling rates is a good thing. If you are looking for
> higher fidelity sound, your time will be much better spent examining
> the gain stages of your system ( matching the impedances of inputs and
> outputs, etc ) rather than trying to get hicher frequency response
> though your DSP box.
> -Ben Loftis
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