I have one of these and they are complicated! Im not sure I can answer your question, but my first thought is that The DEQ shows the incoming digital sample rate on one of its screens. Does it show the denon coming in at 96? That might be the issue for the digital. As for the sampling of the analogue, I dont know. I did find that reading the manual 5-10 times cleared up alot of my questions. It is not written to be understood the first time. Good Luck!
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I was surprised to see this question as I just received my DEQ2496 Friday. Unfortunately you are further along on the learning curve than I am and I was wondering if you could help me with a mic and auto EQ question. When you get a moment my e-mail is [email protected] as I have more questions than answers. Thanks.
Note to Ranwal67...what I said to original post applies...the deq is simple to understand and in my opinion difficult to learn to use. The manual is tough going because it is so compressed and covers so much. Give yourself a week to read it a bunch and try out the functions that interest you one by one.
Note to Tarsando: Thanks for the response. Yes, the digital signal from the Denon is hitting the Behringer at 96kHz. However, it then hits the Quad DAC at 48kHz. Looks like some down-conversion is taking place in the Behringer, and I would like to turn that off if I could, as the Quad can receive 24/96 signals.
Note to Ranwal67: I suggest you post your question in a separate thread. I doubt I could be much help on your auto-EQ question, as I set my EQ manually using pink noise and the SPL. Good luck!
I posted the same question over on AudioAsylum's Digital Drive and received a response that the Quad might not show the correct sampling rate (i.e., the Quad may be receiving a 96kHz signal from the Behringer even though its display says the signal is 48kHz.) Here is a link to this response:
Interesting. I wish I had another DAC so that I could troubleshoot the situation.