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A question about the digital capabilities of the SAM models

petri.kotiranta, modified 2 Years ago.

A question about the digital capabilities of the SAM models

Youngling Posts: 3 Join Date: 5/17/20 Recent Posts

Are there plans to increase maximum audio resolution the SAM speakers can handle in future models. According to manual the maximum is 192/24. However there are speakers like Yamaha NX-N500 that can handle up to 384kHz/32bit. I know these high resolutions are a bit nonsense as most of the audio is still CD quality, but in production there might be some use for 384/32 and above.