Originally Posted by john caldwell
Nothng new to add except to reiterate: We shouldn't confuse the performance differences of a given converter at 44 vs. 96 ( or any thing above 44) with believing that anything above 44 sampling is audible. I belive it isn't audible. What is very audible, though, is the difference in performance of different convereters at lower sampling frequencies. Easier to design a converter to perform audibly better at 96 (or thereabove) than at the nyquist limit of 44.1 (for 22KHz audibility).
Again, nothing new that you haven't read before. Enjoying 44.1 here.
John, what you say, may be a revealing truth ... So maybe now we are talking only about how Lavry Blue handles various sample rates and demonstrating it ?
Still, while having a particular converter, it is probably wise to choose the frequency where it sounds the best ...