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Old 15th June 2019
Gear Maniac

Originally Posted by u87allen View Post
He never said it was. It's the bandwidth for the anti-aliasing filters to work. When so restricted, to 1/10 of an octave in the case of 44.1KHz, it becomes very difficult to cut everything above the Nyquist and leave <20KHz untouched.

If the perfect(no latency, no ringing, no phase shift, no frequency bumps or dips), real-time, brickwall filter could be invented, 44.1 would be just fine for recording.
If the perfect linear DAC, but MOSTLY speakers, could be invented, I wouldn't bust your balls and keep telling you that your assumption that higher sample rates will make things better for sure is not a good one.