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Author Topic: 'uncommon' converter circuitry  (Read 1363 times)

Offline andshesbuyingastairway

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'uncommon' converter circuitry
« on: May 06, 2007, 04:46:01 pm »
i'm familiar with a few "uncommon" so to speak ADC such as say the universal audio 2192 that i heard uses the 990 op-amp or lavry gold which i also was told that uses hybrid discrete components with its monolithic ones (to draw a little more current and stabilize the temperature more sufficiently i presume, maybe if one is lucky squeezing a few more bits of resolution out, etc.)

does anyone else know of any other converters that use hybrid IC or discrete op-amps?

also does anyone know of any converters that use high sample rates (above 192 say DXD or DSD level) coupled with high oversample ratios, (above 128 and between 1024) or is there even such a thing as i'm referring to yet.  the only oversample rates i've seen for such device is 64fs-128fs.