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Old 9th November 2008, 11:47 AM   #1
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Unhappy CD-Pro2 I2S 48fs output to 64fs - how to...?

Hi Guys,

I'd like to use my CD-Pro2 based transport's I2S output for my ESS Sabre8 based dac, but:

It looks like the DAC could accept 64fs I2S signal only, but the CDPro2 could provide 48fs data.

So this is my big problem...

I'm not too expert in digital things, but I don't need to use any other additional SRC for solve this issue. I guess the SRC will kill the music (additional jitter, reclock etc)

Does anyone advice me something?
Did anyone try to feed the Sabre8 with 48fs I2S data?

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