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[hfsig] Performance of 24/192 soundcards?

(SV2AGW)George Rossopoulos sv2agw at raag.org
Sat Sep 18 14:58:43 UTC 2004


Hi

Check this program which tests the soundcards .
You will be able to see if your soundcard supports 192 and also its
frequency response.
Most cards support 192khz.

http://audio.rightmark.org/index_new.shtml

73


(SV2AGW)George Rossopoulos
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-----Original Message-----
From: hfsig-bounces at lists.tapr.org [mailto:hfsig-bounces at lists.tapr.org] On
Behalf Of Tom McDermott
Sent: Saturday, September 18, 2004 1:24 AM
To: hfsig at lists.tapr.org
Subject: [hfsig] Performance of 24/192 soundcards?

There was some discussion at the ARRL/TAPR DCC of 24-bit, 192 ks/s
soundcards. Doing a google search on the subject leads to a few cards that
actually have 192 ks/s for both the ADC and DAC (and allow sampling at
192k). Unfortunately none of the sites list the frequency response of these
cards at the maximum sample rate (or any rate, for that matter).

Does anyone on the list have information about the frequency response of
these higher-performance cards? On the one hand, it could be just the same
as current sound cards (about 20 KHz.) On the other, they could have
something approaching 80KHz. Can't seem to find which by looking over the
various PCI and USB cards.

	-- Tom, N5EG



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