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Series IV mixer 96k support

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asked Oct 2 in StudioLive Series Feature Requests by m@P (1,030 points)
Amazon has just introduced HD audio (beating...to my knowledge... the rumor Apple likely to do the same)

While 48k is fine I'd like to request 96k support in future Series mixers from PreSonus.  The current features of the current mix boards are great but missing this option keeps me away from a purchase.

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answered Oct 3 by jonnydoyle (211,720 points)
 
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answered Oct 3 by wahlerstudios (78,150 points)
PreSonus offers several audio interfaces, which handle 96 and 128k and are specialized for working with DAWs. The current mixers and the Series III ecosystem are designed for 44.1 and 48k (which will not be changed), but things might look different for a future generation of mixers.
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answered Oct 3 by m@P (1,030 points)
Yes of course I know of the rack mount options...especially since I own one!  However a desk is what I’m wanting.  Right now the Allen & Heath Sq series has what I’m looking for, but not nicely integrated into Studio One 4. And YES I know about the Fader Port series, I prefer the desk layout... call me old fashion LoL!

Here’s hoping
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answered Oct 20 by griffinsober (530 points)
There is very little audible difference between 48khz and 96khz. The best solution would be to resample 48khz audio to 96khz before using it in a DAW.
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answered Oct 20 by m@P (1,030 points)

Interesting response’s here...

This one made me chuckle as it made a lot of sense;

Do you have a multi-million dollar treated studio and mega-computers that can take the strain of huge files with 96k-able plugins that won't make the whole CPU roll over and die after more than a handfull of tracks?
If not, just lock everything down on 24bit/44.1khz and forgetaboutit....”

Thanks for the insightful replies all!

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