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Any experience? I am just about to start to experiment with them, I wonder if anybody has any suggestion?
An interesting topic, sparkled by one of archimago's blog entries, has been started at PFM on the subject of "ringing": You pre-rang too soon With all the broo ha ha about hi rez, new formats and digital filters over the last 20 odd years, much of the fuss has boiled down it a single issue: does pre ringing matter? The main objection which could be levelled against 16/44 was that it requires filtering somewhere around the limits of human hearing. Orthodox theory has it that this should be accomplished by an infinitely steep, infinitely long linear phase filter equal to a mathematical sinc function. This filter "rings" before and after the signal for an infinitely long time, albeit at an infinitely narrow bandwidth. To put it another way, every sampling value affects the value of the reconstructed signal at all times (not just at that instant). [but that is not necessarily a bad thing, see below] http://www.pinkfishmedia.net/forum/threads/you-pre-rang-too-soon.211327/
Hi All I currently have an sotm front end, Network switch 10g, ultra 200 streamer, and tx USB. I have it connected to my Hegel H390 integrated Amp via USB. I was considering getting the sotm master clock forl the sotm boxes but then I though about maybe a new DAC like the Terminator plus or also the Denafrips GAIA D/D convertor ( im not sure what this does exactly ). Where do you think the best bang for buck would be and I should upgrade first.Also on a separate note is it possible to connect 2 network switches together say the 10g and ether regen for example to get double the impact, I think I read someplace of 2x sotm 10g switches connected yield really great results. Thanks Sean