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April 15, 2022 at 3:37 pm #24487
That’s good. They seem a lot more capable power and input wise. They seem like a reskin of the wondom/sure boards though, nothing wrong with that though. Annoyingly I had a look and they’re still using the ADAU1701 chips which they were using before, so still pretty incapable for low frequency or high precision correction. Good to see they’re widening their product stack though. Hopefully they start to design some of their own boards, maybe even with some ADAU1452s, now that would be great! It would actually bring some competition to the miniDSP HD!