Meelis Malgand;158804 wrote:
If you are correct Robert, then the claim has to be removed from Midas’ website and resellers websites. Today, many people around the world are going to buy these products with the knowledge that they are 96kHz future proof. It takes less than a minute for the claim to be removed.
Meelis Malgand;158768 wrote:
When the 96kHz feature will be made available on the M32 and M32R models?
Meelis Malgand;158833 wrote:
I titled the thread as "Official Clarification..." I hope someone at Midas with the answer will surface and put an end to the controversy and restore trust in may of us.
Kevin Maxwell;158856 wrote:
I was under the impression that internally the M32 and the X32 are running higher than 96 kHz. It seems like it is only the A-D and D-A that are set to 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz. So technically it would seem like it is only the D-A and A-D that would need to be changed. If internally it is already running higher the 96 kHz I would think that there shouldn’t be any reduction in internal processing or channel count.
What is the internal processing sample rate of the M32 and the X32? I have seen it mentioned in the past but couldn’t find it now when I searched.