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DUAL AES
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Simple question, just wondering if Dual AES is in the development roadmap?
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You mean like dCS is doing? To achieve higher bandwidth than 192kHz over SPDIF?
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(03-Aug-2018, 08:51)ogs Wrote: You mean like dCS is doing? To achieve higher bandwidth than 192kHz over SPDIF?

Yes, higher bandwidth and possible sound benefits.

From dCS web site, "We use Dual AES at sample rates as high as 384kS/s. Dual AES features lower jitter than Single AES or S/PDIF, so there is a sonic benefit."
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