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Old 12-14-2021, 01:03 AM
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Default Re: Any 192khz Carbon Users?

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Originally Posted by tekn0 View Post
I have been using 32 bit. As advertised the converter is native 32 bit. I'm not sure if I can tell a difference. But I do feel like there's a hint more dynamic range. This could be good or bad depending on what you're going for.

I figure I have the computer and the space, and I bought the Ferrari interface. Might as well drive it fast. :)

I really like the sound of this thing. It's one of the reasons I bought it. The pres and converters sound so balanced. Everything has a slight bit of thickness and weight to it surprisingly. Cheaper boxes never have this balanced sound to me. The carbon does. I was looking at more transformer-based stuff originally, but the carbon kept catching my ears. The match of carbon and HEAT at high sample rates is a joy to work with.
Agree with you about the weight and balanced tone of Carbon . Itís special. I actually am preferring the pure but solid tone over the systems Iíve used in the past including the Burl- which was over 10k$$$ for converters alone!

Awesome machine the Carbon !
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