what does "Narrow and Wide" mean on the rosetta?
Old 25th March 2012
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what does "Narrow and Wide" mean on the rosetta?

i apologies if this sounds like a noob question, but i just got the rosetta, and i belive its all hooked up right (from adat to profire, using rosetta 800 as the clock source).. sound is playing thru just fine.

however both lights are lit up and i'm not sure if thats good, or bad, or what it means under "lock". i looked at the user manual and it doesnt really describe what either or means.

so if anyone could tell me what narrow, and wide, means
i would appreciate it, and am i supposed to have only one lit. or both?

thanks
Old 25th March 2012
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When both Wide and Narrow are lit, the Rosetta 200 has locked to the selected CLOCK SOURCE in such a way as to ensure the highest quality conversion. If only the Wide LED lights, the stability of the clock source is questionable, and the source should be verified.
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