Hi James, from what I can gather the unit appears to run at 192kHz internally. Is that the case or is it that it can accept inputs of up to 192kHz but internally it runs at a lower resolution either 96kHz or 48kHz while the DACs may also be 192kHz?. With the Dirac option what resolution does Dirac run at, 48kHz, 96kHz or 192kHz? It would be good to get clarification because to my knowledge I haven't come across a Dirac product running higher than 96kHz but that may just be because the units it's in do not run naively above 96kHz.
I wanted to quote myself to keep my questions together
After reading the brochure I had a couple things for clarification. It does sound like you are allowing for support right out of the gate for optionally up to 32 channels via the 16 channel RCA expansion module and it's not simply just a copy of the built in XLR outputs by offering users who do no have amps with XLR inputs the option of RCA outs instead, correct? So if that's the case, is the actual 16 channel XLR option offered by Storm themselves something you'll have access to going forward if one preferred to have all XLR outs for channels above 16?
So once a unit is configured for more than 16 channels can Dirac EQ the extra channels or is it limited to 16 channels?
I see in the brochure that HDR10 and HLG are supported, what about Dolby Vision and HDR10+?
Finally in the brochure I see no mention of the intermediate option Storm has for their version of adding just 4 more XLR output channels to go from 16 channels to 20 channels, was the thought process that there isn't much point in doing this if you'll be allowing expansion from 16 to 32 channels anyways so going from 16 to 20, with it being just a middle step so to speak not worth offering?
This is looking very, very promising as my next SSP. It's just a matter of knowing the finer details from above so I can accurately compare it to Trinnov's offerings. Right out the gate it's less expensive than the Altitude16 but I need to find out how much the price jumps when the options are applied.