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Old 08-02-2022, 09:56 AM
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Default MTRX and session sample rate and slaved clocking

Just wondering if the MTRX the is slaved to an external word clock at 96khz with the full sized dual MADI card with SRC and Dante with SRC will be able to open sessions with various sample rates but stay slaved and convert the outputs to 96khz to the madi and dante devices as well as receive inputs from those devices at 96khz. I'm doing that with the HD MADI converter perfectly, any session sample rate i open will work and it converts it to 96khz to the MADI devices and vice versa when I record from those devices to a session that isn't at 96khz. Thanks!
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