Mine are Or let's assume they are for the sake of the argument. Besides the speakers and the receiver, is there anything in this setup which would prevent me from getting perfect music?
Room acoustics is an often overlooked factor
Are you actually asking "If I use front end 'X', will its output produce audible inaccuracies?"
Woodinville, why 2 channels? I think my proposed setup can support up to 8 channels. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
That what it sounds like he's asking. I'm still confused as to whether or not sound cards introduce some sorts of inaccuracies and if they differ much.
HDMI can be pretty high on jitter: http://www.thewelltemperedcomputer.com/HW/...DMI_connect.htm
Quote from: Roseval on 24 September, 2012, 04:09:48 AMHDMI can be pretty high on jitter: http://www.thewelltemperedcomputer.com/HW/...DMI_connect.htmConsidering that this forum is particularly interested in things that are audible, please explain how this is of any value.
Perfect Beatles albums? You just might have to settle for vinyl.
Care to cite any studies showing the amount of jitter that needs to present in order to be audible that is also backed with double-blind testing?Throwing out numbers and saying, "watch out" doesn't exactly make the grade, sorry!
don't hold me that, its from memory, I may be off.