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Old 8th November 2016, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default Question regarding the 2 Allo Reclocker versions

I'd like to add a Allo Reclocker after reading the reviews from other users, but I have a question about the 2 versions available. I see the 22/24MHz 192kHz and the 44/48MHz 384kHZ version, but I don't understand if the 44/48MHz version adds to the capabilities of the 22/24MHz version or if it isn't usable for the lower sampling rates. The description for the 44/48MHz version directs people looking for 24bit/192kHz playback to use the 22/24 version, but again I don't understand if this is because the 44/48 version is more than they need or because it isn't suited to the task.

I don't see my self using 384kHz audio anytime soon, but if there isn't any downside to the 44/48 version I may as well add that capability for the extra ~5 euro (since the reclocker will be used with a MamboBerry LS DAC+).

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Allo ReClocker 22/24MHz Version
Allo ReClocker 44/48MHz Version

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Old 9th November 2016, 01:30 AM   #2
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Downside is the XO. 44/48 version of NDK NZ2520SD has more phase noise.
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Downside is the XO. 44/48 version of NDK NZ2520SD has more phase noise.
What does that translate to in real world usage? Does that mean it will have more jitter?
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What does that translate to in real world usage? Does that mean it will have more jitter?
It will have more jitter, but I think it's trivial. You need a very good system to hear the difference. If I were you, I will get the 44/48 version.
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Old 10th November 2016, 01:54 AM   #5
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Thank you for the info. I'm excited to see how it affects audio quality.
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Agreed. The extra phase noise is almost theoretical , quality of PSU will be much more important . 44/48 will allow you to play 384Khz files /if the patch becomes public (Clivem patch)


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It will have more jitter, but I think it's trivial. You need a very good system to hear the difference. If I were you, I will get the 44/48 version.
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