On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 6:36 PM, Folderol wrote:
It is expensive, but Sound Devices are not known for cheap quality
either, they are well known in field recording for having good
equipment. Not Nagra good, but still pretty decent none the less.
I read that to mean that USB1 class compliance is limited to 24/48,
but if USB2 Audio Class is supported, which I believe it is on Linux
now IIRC, that it should work to 24/192. I could be wrong though,
thus why I mentioned writing them.
Hmm I seem to recall the mixpre-d does that, but I also believe it is
even more expensive(Its newer:)
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