- Feb 26, 2021
Also i know in order to eliminate transcient delay in cable, many big, expensive studio had dedicated syncronize cable to maku sure it's accurate, which I also don't see in this experiment.
Sync is only needed when you use several ADC and DAC. Here, it's one interface having both ADC and DAC and both synced on the same internal clock
When nulling to check a DAC-ADC loopback, you can get something like that:
The three peaks (where there are the most difference between original and the recording after DAC-ADC conversions) are exactly where there is lots of cymbals, so more linked to high frequencies than anything.
The thing is I can repeat it with any cable used between the DAC and ADC and the results are exactly the same, using a cheap cable cut and re-soldered or a high-end cable
The only difference in results can only come from using different devices, not different cables