Originally Posted by bigshot
Dead horses rise from the dead and pick people's pockets.
Someday, there'll be an audio forum where people discuss techniques for getting better sound, not angels dancing on the heads of pins. But until then, we just keep answering the same challenges over and over from the pin heads.
Well, what technique do you use to get better sound? I listed mine....
Quality power supply and regulation
Features that You desire [coax in, XRL, RCA, toslink, etc]
Reviews keeping in mind associated gear when reviewed, Price / Value
What is being used to deal with jitter [a miracle wonder, DSP filter, clock]
True 75ohm BNC min 1.5 meter or XLR 110ohm provide a better signal [disputable]
Computer Operating System:
Light weight low resource, small footprint operating system
Maximum RAM with Mac and Linux, Min RAM with Windows
Bios adjustments to reduce CPU power and emi
Real time, low latency