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Radar24 Classic convertors and Nyquist sound
Old 9th June 2006
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Radar24 Classic convertors and Nyquist sound

Hi gearslutz people
Has anyone out there compared the IZ radar classic convertors at 44.1/ 24bit to the radar24 Nyquist. what’s the difference in sound when comparing the two but at 44.1 24 bit or other

Old 10th June 2006
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anybody out there?

anybody out there?
Old 10th June 2006
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Hi John, Maybe Fletcher can Chime in.. I beleive Mercenary Audio owned a Classic before they went to a Nyquist model.. I own a Nyquist model but cant comment on the classic converters.

You can also check at and email Dale or Nj over there.. They can probibly give you a more accurate description.

Best of luck.

Old 10th June 2006
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I had the S-Nyquist [192] converters before switching to the Nyquist [96] converters. At 44.1 I found the Nyquist converters to sound "sweeter" and more musical than the S-Nyquist and the Classic... more so [in terms of sweetness] with the S-Nyquist than the Classic... but sweeter than both others none the less.
Old 10th June 2006
I use the iZ Nyquist the most, but also have to use the Otari RADAR variant from time to time. I suspect Otari's version was similar (if not identical) to the Classic.

I've never put them side by side to compare, but I've been happy with both, unhappy with neither.

My current druthers?

iZ Nyquist at 24/48.

I prefer tracking to RADAR too and then transferring to PT. I guess that means I'm old school.
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