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Lynx AES16e SynchroLock


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Chris,

 

I think you recommend that SynchroLock be left off. Can you explain further? I believe SynchroLock is supposed to reduce jitter. . .have you heard a negative impact? I clock my Lynx externally so I'm not even sure what the impact would be. . .

 

Thanks,

 

Bob

 

BPT 3.5 Ultra/Reference 3A Reflectors/MSB Technology S201 Amplifier/MSB Technology Analog DAC/MSB Technology Network Renderer/Audirvana +

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Hi Bob - Wow it's been quite a while since I originally researched this one. I know that one of my colleagues talked to Lynx about this and at the time Lynx recommended it be disabled for his system. This was backed up by a couple mastering engineers familiar with the Lynx products. In addition some well know people in the pro audio industry have since tried disabling SynchroLock and noticed a sizable difference. I believe they are no longer using SynchroLock. All of this is with internal and external clocking.

 

Sorry I can't offer more info right now.

 

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UPDATED: My Audio Systems -> https://audiophile.style/system

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