Originally Posted by Sinewave
Would you mind explaining further what you mean , thank you.
LOL, kinda vague huh. I go by how well a converter can handle high track counts. Because to me, some cheap converters can sound as good as some higher end converters with 1 or 2 tracks, but when you get to 20, 30, or in tony sheppards case, 66 tracks, how well the converter is made starts to really show. A cheap converter will most likely start to cloud a mix with 10 tracks from my experience, but good converters will allow you to use more of the width and depth of the sonic spectrum. i have never heard them, but i hear prism has an amazing width and depth, wish i could afford them