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UDIO-8 AES 4 years 1 month ago #41973

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Hi there,

I'm interested in buying the UDIO 8. I have a couple of q's though:

Can the ASRC be switched off? I don't like the idea of the audio/signal being altered by this process,

I don't understand why the sample rate for the outputs is controlled by the DAW, but the inputs aren't. Normally gear with digital IO has all digital IO synced to either an internal clock or an external clock, with both In and OUT sharing the same sample rate.

Won't it degrade the signal like this?

As it's digital AES I would hope for bit perfect audio transfer.

Any help or explanantion would be appreciated, thanks :)

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UDIO-8 AES 4 years 3 weeks ago #42107

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Unfortunately it's not possible I'm afraid. The ASRC are enabled by default and won't be able to get disabled as it would involved complete redesign of the ASIO drivers/firmware to automatically sync to an external clock..

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