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    Bit Accurate gets closer to the metal, so there's a little bit less overhead, and you can get slightly better latency on lower end systems. But jesus, is 5ms (128 samples) not enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by astromech View Post
    Bit Accurate gets closer to the metal, so there's a little bit less overhead, and you can get slightly better latency on lower end systems. But jesus, is 5ms (128 samples) not enough?
    I want. 0.00001ms of latency. I want latency so tight that it requires Quantum Processors to process it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikMinekus View Post
    You assume that Bit Accurate mode gives you a noticeable difference while DJing, without having used it.
    Not really, it's THEIR words, I quoted in the very first post:
    "Although the Xone:23C is class compliant and will work on a Mac without drivers, for best performance we
    recommend you download the dedicated drivers
    from our website"


    In addition the 23C manual states:
    "Bit accurate
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    in this mode the Xone:23C controls the
    audio clocks and provides the lowest latency and least
    jitter. We recommend working in this mode for best
    performance
    "


    But nevermind, I understand A&H are the right address to ask.

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