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Old 10-13-2004, 08:01 AM
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Default DITHER Pow-r dither v.s. Apogee UV22

Good day all, well I guess the title speaks for itself. I am curious if anyone has compared the two type of Dither and what their thoughts were.I am talking about software versions only.I sure an apogee converter sound better than an 888 or even the 192.
If you could, please specify the genre of music you were doing and if there was any external clock being used.
Rail, I'm sure you got some info for this one.....
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