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'''Configuration'''
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Configuration
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'''Display information on console''' - enables Conversion status can be shown via the console accessible via "View" "Console" in foobar2000.
 
'''Display information on console''' - enables Conversion status can be shown via the console accessible via "View" "Console" in foobar2000.
 
 
'''Sample rates (Hz)''' - Check all the sample rate that the hardware can handle.
 
'''Sample rates (Hz)''' - Check all the sample rate that the hardware can handle.
 
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'''AA [dB]''' - Anti-aliasing Rejection (applies to down sampling only)
'''AA [dB]''' - Anti-aliasing Rejection (applies to down sampling only). Typical settings:
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16 bit sound card 103 dB
 
16 bit sound card 103 dB
 
 
24-bit sound card 127 dB
 
24-bit sound card 127 dB
  
'''DF [Hz]''' - Always enabled depending on input/output combo - Its a High Pass Filter.
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'''DF [Hz]''' - Always enabled depending on input/output combo - Its a High Pass Filter
  
 
'''1M fs''' - Default SSRC algorithm filter is always enabled for down sampling.  
 
'''1M fs''' - Default SSRC algorithm filter is always enabled for down sampling.  
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For example, DF (Hz) = 50 for this plug-in is equivalent to DF = 100 for SSRC.
 
For example, DF (Hz) = 50 for this plug-in is equivalent to DF = 100 for SSRC.
  
'''FFTFIRLIN''' - Leave at 1 unless otherwise required
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FFTFIRLIN - Leave at 1 unless otherwise required
 
Its automatic and reflects AA and DF settings.
 
Its automatic and reflects AA and DF settings.

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