I remember reading a post by Hugh somewhere on this forum that suggested that a digital
unit that was specified to only run at 44.1Khz could actually run at 48Khz if it was given
WC input as the difference was quite small and this specification only really refers to
what the devices internal clock operates at...
I have the opposite plan, which
is basically that I have an Aphex 142 AD which "only operates at 48Khz". It's not a
problem really, although it has been an inconvenience. But I recently added an M Audio
Octane to the rack which has a WC output, so I'm wondering can I slave the Aphex to the
Octane and successfully force it to run at both 44.1 and 48?
complication is that I'll be using the WC out from the Octane, even though I won't
actually be feeding the ADAT out from it to my interface, and I have a 002R with no WC in
or out ... so the route will be WC out from the octane via a T-junction to the aphex 142
and an audient mico. Aphex 142 to 002R ADAT IN and mico to SPDIF IN. Slave the 002R to the
Is there any aspect of this (especially the sample rate issue) that
just isn't going to work?
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