Re: [LAD] resampling with sp/dif

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To: Conrad Berh?rster <conrad.berhoerster@...>
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Date: Monday, April 19, 2010 - 3:10 pm

On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 12:38:35PM +0200, Conrad Berh?rster wrote:

Your spdif sound card might have a sample rate converter. If it did,
most likely the work flow would be to set jack at 48k and then just play
normally and the sound card would convert from the incoming 44.1k to the
48k it is set to. The SRC chip in your sound card (again, presuming it
has one, which I think is likely) is probably similar to whatever is in
the external box you've tried.

> Since a while, i think about a software solution, which puzzles me a

Unless there is a real need to do this in realtime, say for a live
performance, I would suggest just ripping the CD and using a software
sample rate converter on the resulting files. I'd be surprised if this
couldn't be done in better than realtime on todays systems, meaning you
might be able to rip and convert a 60 minute CD in under 30 minutes.
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[LAD] resampling with sp/dif, Conrad , (Mon Apr 19, 11:38 am)
Re: [LAD] resampling with sp/dif, Joshua Boyd, (Mon Apr 19, 3:10 pm)
Re: [LAD] resampling with sp/dif, Conrad , (Mon Apr 19, 5:12 pm)
Re: [LAD] resampling with sp/dif, , (Mon Apr 19, 12:37 pm)
Re: [LAD] resampling with sp/dif, Conrad , (Mon Apr 19, 1:58 pm)