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If I weren’t so fussy about having this eq the Node 2i would be staying. 

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Just now, ProJules said:

If I weren’t so fussy about having this eq the Node 2i would be staying. 

Well as a user of parametric eq, in an active system, I totally get where you are coming from!

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What’s do you use? 

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Behringer DCX 2496 , and Set the filters assigned after measuring with REW .

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I used to own an Behringer ultra curve. 

I am obsessed with keeping signal 192k 24 bit so the plug in works for me. 

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1 hour ago, ProJules said:

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Berlin would sound fantastic no matter what the eq.

Apparently,  Bob Ezrin had a near nervous breakdown making this with Mr Reed. 

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17 minutes ago, ProJules said:

I am obsessed with keeping signal 192k 24 bit so the plug in works for me.

That must limit what you listen to, Qobuz does not have loads of 192k albums 😁

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9 minutes ago, greybeard said:

That must limit what you listen to, Qobuz does not have loads of 192k albums 😁

He is EQ'ing. The higher the bit depth and sample rate the less chance of it having a negative audible impact.

Besides, if you use SoX or HQPlayer for upsampling 16-bit/44.1kHz material you can bypass the DAC's internal Sample Rate Converter and that will in most cases improve performance.

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Yeah well Amazon Music is all about the 192k upsampling. I have been using it for the last 6 months but the angry mob with torches say Qobuz is the only true bit perfect service so I am starting to audition the two carefully. I was with Qobuz for years prior. 

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10 minutes ago, greybeard said:

That must limit what you listen to, Qobuz does not have loads of 192k albums 😁

Your DAC takes PCM at768 kHz 32‐bit and DSDat 22.5792 MHz (DSD512). If you have a powerful computer you can bypass the internal SRC with good results.

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17 minutes ago, tuga said:

He is EQ'ing. The higher the bit depth and sample rate the less chance of it having a negative audible impact.

Besides, if you use SoX or HQPlayer for upsampling 16-bit/44.1kHz material you can bypass the DAC's internal Sample Rate Converter and that will in most cases improve performance.

It was said with a grinning emoji !

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22 minutes ago, tuga said:

Your DAC takes PCM at768 kHz 32‐bit and DSDat 22.5792 MHz (DSD512). If you have a powerful computer you can bypass the internal SRC with good results.

How would I do that? Highest shown on my Grace DAC is 192. (The Mutec has higher numbers but it’s not a DAC) 

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Hmmm . My auditions between Amazon Music HD and Qobuz have been rather uphill going.

I have tested all my favourites albums, But I think I am now biassed with all the lore on the web re Qobuz being better. 

However - this song is a bit of a benchmark track for me and the bells that move left to right - sound more 'there' in the room (or shall I say cathedral) and more 'magical' on Qobuz.

https://open.qobuz.com/album/0191018386634

Llibre Vermell de Montserrat

Jordi Savall - 

Composer :  Anonyme

So I think that's decided it for me..

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