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31 minutes ago, Moomintroll said:

With the new clock running at femto-seconds, it’ll be interesting to see what it makes of cables used for Exaktlinks which aren’t the recommended CAT5/6.

I think it will be the same effect as now. The timing will be thrown off and the tune will suffer accordingly.

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35 minutes ago, Moomintroll said:

Master clock is in the DS(M) - it doesn’t matter how the Exakt devices are connected. So, if Urika II is plugged into a speaker, it still gets its reference clock from the Master.

With the new clock running at femto-seconds, it’ll be interesting to see what it makes of cables used for Exaktlinks which aren’t the recommended CAT5/6.

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Hmm,

just wondering how that synchronization works.

Let‘s assume we have an exakt link cable of 2m length. It takes about 6.7 nanoseconds for the electric impuls to cross that distance (more or less at the speed of light).

1 nanosecond = 1.000.000 femtoseconds.

So it takes about 6.7 mio Femtoseconds (or about 6.7 mio ticks of the master clock) for that distance between Master and slave clock.

Will it just synchronize every now and then?

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1 hour ago, Wickie8166 said:

In digital systems the clock is absolutely crucial. LINN was one of the first with the NUMERIK as an external clock for the KARIK CD Player. I still use the KARIK with a MUTEC MC3+ USB which works here as a reclocking system. The sound improvement is remarkable. MUTEC has launched the Ref 10 -  a 10 MHz Clock for about 3.5K€ with excellent recommendations.
So I wonder how the signal from the URIKA 2 could take profit from the NGKSH Clock. Maybe there's a difference whether you connect it into the NGKSH first, instead of setting it into the EXAKT Chain via the Speaker-Inputs?

Maybe it makes the turntable sound like its running at 33.333333rpm rather than just 33.333rpm ;)

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