My understanding is that Kemper and it’s AD’s was designed around 44khz (but used other frequencies internally) but now it’s able to work with 48/88/96. Is that done natively or a matter of upsampling from 44k?
Is there any (theoretical) difference in using an old profile made with 44k and then hooked up with spdif in 48k vs making a new profile (assuming identical conditions) in 48k and using spdif 48k?
Or have I got it wrong and the input AD’s are using something higher (say 192khz or whatever) and the spdif will always be a downsampling case?
I’m probably missing something obvious but if anyone can enlighten me I’d appreciate it
And yes, I know this 44/48/88/96 is likely not noticeable even in the best studio environment on the planet and it’s all in the fingers anyway but I’m curious in a strictly technical theoretical aspect of it