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Lavry AD 122-96 with Antelope 10M!
Old 18th December 2010
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Lavry AD 122-96 with Antelope 10M!

Has anyone compared the Lavry AD 122-96 running with its own clock , to
clocking it to an Antelope 10M/Trinity?
What's the latency like when clocked to the 10M/Trinity?
Old 18th December 2010
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The latency of a converter is not different when clocked externally.
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I thought, that the 11ms latency (recording in 44.1) of the lavry is, when its doing the masterclock.
Old 18th December 2010
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Like I said, internal or external clock does not change the latency of the converter itself.
All you will get by adding the Antelope is more jitter.
Old 19th December 2010
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Has anyone compared the Lavry AD 122-96 running with its own clock , to
clocking it to an Antelope 10M/Trinity?
What's the latency like when clocked to the 10M/Trinity?
The 10M/Trinity sounded nice straight away.
It takes over a half hour for my AD122 to get going, but once it's warmed up, I'd be hard pushed to tell the difference!
Old 19th December 2010
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The 10M/Trinity sounded nice straight away.
It takes over a half hour for my AD122 to get going, but once it's warmed up, I'd be hard pushed to tell the difference!
unless you have Bernie Grundman's 'super clock' on your AD122 but then you'd need permission from the military to use it so.. heh
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unless you have Bernie Grundman's 'super clock' on your AD122 but then you'd need permission from the military to use it so.. heh
hehheh
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