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I think it is 8 bit. I know the 7.6 is 8 bit and they are both similar.

J. Arif Verner

I have an RDS-8000 which I picked up for under $100 at a pawn shop back in
March thanks to the observant eye of another member of this list. I'm just
curious if anyone knows what the sampling rate for these suckers is. I
haven't found any mention of it. Anyone know?


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