Intriguing... you dont happen to have an s/pdif inlet?
As the input buffer of the ADC is not made for that high frequencies there is no effect of the gain setting - the signal gets trough only strongly attenuated.
So Soren is right - I need to push some wires around in my DAM
But first I would like to see the peak at its original frequency somehow.
Soren, could you please tell me at which nominal frequency the DAM clock is running with an fs=48kHz Input signal?
In a set-up WITHOUT headphones comparing dac1101 to dac1321:
Which one sounds better?
Yes, that is about what I paid last year. You can add a few more boards and it doesn't change the shipping any. This is one reason we have been bugging Soren about a US based store.
As it say on the soekris website "We are currently looking for additional online webshops to resell our products, primarily in USA and Asia, but also for other major markets."
Have talked to a couple, but haven't found the right one yet....
Soekris, I have been following this thread on and off, so please pardon me if this question was answered already.
As I understand it the FIFO on the input makes it pretty hazardous to use several boards simultaneously in an active crossover setup.
I think it was discussed early in the thread, but is there a way to synchronize several boards fed from AES3 signals with a common clock?
(let's say a miniDSP UDIO-8 for example)
So 6 meters should be OK?
What cables would you recommend?