• 08-03-2011, 07:17 AM
    Sir Terrence the Terrible
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by pixelthis View Post
    THE THING I absolutely hate about you govt wonks is your
    total lack of integrity WHATSOEVER.
    When you feel too lazy to lie you just make stuff UP.
    YOU know good and well you are talking about apples and
    oranges, the 192khz dacs have nothing to do with
    remaster, which doubles the sampling rate of any CD played.
    Or have you been telling stories so long that you really have forgotten what the truth is???:1:

    Yo dummy, the 192khz DAC's have everything to do with the remaster feature. What would be the point in using a 192khz DAC in a DVD player if the two weren't tied together. CD's sample rate is only 44.1khz, and DVD's is 48khz. It would be a waste to install 192khz DAC's to support these two sample rates. Remaster upsamples CD's to 176.4khz, and DVD's to 192khz. So Wooch is right, 44.1khz has no multiples that end up at 192khz, and mentioning a 192khz DAC in the same sentence as remaster and doubling the sample rates ties them together in a very confusing way. :1:
  • 08-03-2011, 01:08 PM
    pixelthis
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Sir Terrence the Terrible View Post
    Yo dummy, the 192khz DAC's have everything to do with the remaster feature. What would be the point in using a 192khz DAC in a DVD player if the two weren't tied together. CD's sample rate is only 44.1khz, and DVD's is 48khz. It would be a waste to install 192khz DAC's to support these two sample rates. Remaster upsamples CD's to 176.4khz, and DVD's to 192khz. So Wooch is right, 44.1khz has no multiples that end up at 192khz, and mentioning a 192khz DAC in the same sentence as remaster and doubling the sample rates ties them together in a very confusing way. :1:

    Sorry if I confused the "simple" minded.
    I used to have a YAMAHA , a rxv750
    and it had a great DAC, and whenever I used remaster 88.2 showed up on the display.
    And the 192khz dacs were used for DVDA, and several DVDA
    players had them.:1:
  • 08-03-2011, 01:15 PM
    Mash
    Well.... anyway.... I pulled an OPPO from the BR system and connected it up in the kitchen. Now the kitchen system sounds very good. The Fanfair tuner is still working....
  • 08-03-2011, 01:31 PM
    pixelthis
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Mash View Post
    Well.... anyway.... I pulled an OPPO from the BR system and connected it up in the kitchen. Now the kitchen system sounds very good. The Fanfair tuner is still working....

    HAVE to try an Oppo sometime, heard they sound quite good.:1:
  • 08-03-2011, 05:30 PM
    Mash
    Yea- they sound very good, but pricey. I think OPPO should give me a discount on a 95 because I was an early adopter.... yea, right. But they do age very well........................
  • 08-04-2011, 08:33 AM
    Woochifer
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by pixelthis View Post
    THE THING I absolutely hate about you govt wonks is your
    total lack of integrity WHATSOEVER.
    When you feel too lazy to lie you just make stuff UP.
    YOU know good and well you are talking about apples and
    oranges, the 192khz dacs have nothing to do with
    remaster, which doubles the sampling rate of any CD played.
    Or have you been telling stories so long that you really have forgotten what the truth is???:1:

    Ah yes, just more personal insults and slander to cover for your idiotic misstatements. I was wondering when you were going to break out your old lie about me being a "govt wonk." It might be wishful thinking on your part, since it obvious gives you convenient ranting material. But, repeating over and over doesn't magically turn a lie into truth. Try again. :lol: