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I have an Oppo BDP 83 connected to the Portta HDMI 4 Ports Switcher with Audio Outputhttp://www.port-ta.com/show.asp?id=203When playing SACDs my DAC displayed 24/88.2 kHz but I managed to record only 44.1 onto MBP's hard drive via Audiofile Engineering Wave Editor??? Maybe I need a hi-rez sound card to capture hirez-music?ctle
I purchased this unit for US$69 from ebay last week.http://cgi.ebay.com.au/HDMI-4x1-HIFI-Switch-Toslink-Coaxial-Stereo-Audio-V1-3b-/260623243516?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cae5b18fc#ht_1682wt_912
I haven't tried 24/192 but I can confirm the Portta works with 24/88.2 and 24/96.I got the info from this thread: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/455769/ripping-sacds-via-spdif-at-176-4-with-a-ps3
No Phil, not "same result". The Porta, like the other non-Atlona ones I mentioned, are not capable of anything near BluRay and DVD-Audio's 24/192. I was told 24/48 (which is what you recorded) but you say the DAC regsitered 24/88? But yes, you save $130.
This is interesting to me. If I wanted to feed my PS3 into one of these devices for the purposes of watching Blurays in 2.0 through my Minimax Sabre 32 DAC, would I run into problems with the source being set for multiple channels? I.e. Can I just use an input on my DAC for movie purposes and avoid the analog out adapter to enjoy high quality 2.0 audio in my rig?
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