The Dave, TT2 or Qutest would suffice as they all have dual BNC inputs. 765kHz through a Y adapter is not the same.
I almost want to report this for spreading falsehoods. Anyone believing this should look at Chord's own literature, including the manual for the M Scaler and the Hugo2. (See my quoted excerpt in an post above). The Chord Hugo 2 manual also indicates the input sphere will glow light blue when it is in 'coax dual data mode'. What else could this be? My original intention when sending this unit to Amir was to help someone decide whether they want to buy a standalone DAVE vs. the cheaper M Scaler + Hugo 2.
I can find nothing that supports this quote. If the quoted statement is right, shame on Chord for not correcting their manual that says the M Scaler can be used with Hugo 2 up to 768hz.
This is from the Chord Hugo 2 spec sheet:
Connectivity (input): Micro USB (White): 44.1kHz to 768kHz – 16bit to 32bit
Coax via 3.5mm jack (Red): 44.1kHz to 384kHz – 16bit to 32bit
Coax via (same) 3.5mm jack (Dual data mode: Yellow): 44.1kHz to 768kHz – 16bit to 32bit
Optical (Green): 44.1kHz to 96kHz – 16bit to 24bit
I hope someone at Chord at least reads this thread and least fixes their manual. On the website it says dual data mode yellow, but in the Hugo 2 manual it says dual data mode is light blue. I think this is the main reason why Chord's cycling color scheme is a bad idea: it's arbitrary and confusing, even to Chord's employees apparently. It makes it difficult to test: is coax dual data mode yellow (per the website) or blue (per the manual)?