My dog doesn't seem to have an issue, but I was wondering if any QQ'ers have pets that are negatively affected by the ultrasonic noise of SACD's? Just curious.
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I think you meant high cut (or low pass).Isn't the ultrasonic level well above the hearing level of pets as well as humans?
In addition to that, IIRC I believe all DSD to analog converters have a high pass filter that removes the frequencies that contain the noise. It has been a long time since I read the article in Stereophile. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
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