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Loud pop when switching sample rate Digital Converters
Old 1st September 2011
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Loud pop when switching sample rate

I've had the Lucid 88192 / Lynx AES16 combo for a few months now and get a loud pop when changing sample rates. It doesn't matter what unit is the master clock.

Does anybody out there know if this can be fixed somehow? I'd put up with it, but sorta worried about screwing up a tweeter.
Old 1st September 2011
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I've had the Lucid 88192 / Lynx AES16 combo for a few months now and get a loud pop when changing sample rates. It doesn't matter what unit is the master clock.

Does anybody out there know if this can be fixed somehow? I'd put up with it, but sorta worried about screwing up a tweeter.
That's common when changing sample rates with lots of gear. The fix is to mute the speakers when you change sample rates.
Old 1st September 2011
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That's common when changing sample rates with lots of gear. The fix is to mute the speakers when you change sample rates.
That's strange. I've owned auroras and ad16x's and have never experienced this.
Old 1st September 2011
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My Lucid DA9624 does the same
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