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Does the Outlaw 950 digitise analog inputs?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Tony Lai, Nov 5, 2001.

  1. Tony Lai

    Tony Lai Stunt Coordinator

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    I know it has analog multichannel bypass and I expect some of the analog inputs (ie. like VCR) to be digitised so the Crystal processor can do dpl2 however is there a pure analog bypass for phono or CD or SACD?
    I was looking at the Rotel RSP-976 and all two channel inputs were digitised while the 5.1 multichannel input was fully analog. Unacceptable.
    I would prefer a complement of fully analog inputs that bypass the Crystal VLSI/DAC so it's pure passthru.
    T.
     
  2. John Kotches

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    Tony,
    The 950 information page, which has a link to features and specs (that I can't grab the URL off of because it's a popup), says all analog inputs can be either bypass or processed.
    Here's the basic 950 info page on their site, http://www.outlawaudio.com/news/news_oct_950.html#
    Here's the germane text, lifted verbatim:
     
  3. Tony Lai

    Tony Lai Stunt Coordinator

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    >You can do this on not one input, not two inputs, but on EVERY L/R analog input. Again, we can't think of ANY product out there that does that.
    Heh!
    Oh my god... I'm in love.
    If Outlaw put in an ac3-rf demodulator, I would buy two of 'em!
    Must buy.
    T.
     
  4. Will

    Will Guest

    >You can do this on not one input, not two inputs,
    >but on EVERY L/R analog input.
    As opposed to (what?) analog inputs that are not the
    Left/Right channel?
     

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