On 12/7/18 10:03 PM, David Kastrup wrote:
IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig(a)iem.at> writes:
I rather doubt you'll be able to get a soundcard that guarantees
frequency responses above something like 32kHz.
well, the RME babyface claims +-1dB in the range of 5Hz - 92kHz.
i know that the UA-55 is used by people who have no idea whatsoever
about audio (and are no audiophiles either), but still require the
record sounds in the 50kHz-85kHz range. so i figure that card would be
ok as well (if it did support 192kHz under linux)
The main point of such
high sample frequencies is to get rid of audible aliasing effects and
allow for processing without significant frequency warp when doing
sure. that's why i was asking on the list.
"Flat up to 85kHz" is silly for audio
Are there any "audio" cards with 384kHz sample frequency that is more> than
a marketing gag but actually supported by the hardware? Because
i'm afraid not.
hence i am asking.