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PGGB - Upsampling using billions of taps

Extraordinary claims... my first thought was "Oh no, not again..."

remastero - PCM reimagined

In short, it's a tool for upsampling to the maximum rate supported by your DAC using filters with millions or billions of taps.
There's a thread over at Audiophile Style.
Regards,
   Don Hills
"People hear what they see." - Doris Day

Re: PGGB - Upsampling using billions of taps

Reply #1
Oh boy, sounds like a recipe for ringing artifacts from hell.

 

Re: PGGB - Upsampling using billions of taps

Reply #2
The fact that they are using Dark Side Of The Moon as a background image also should give a clue IMHO...

 
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