wow......WOW! My daughter has a turntable that records vinyl to MP3. I knew it was just a matter of time before this technology went to the next level.
"Using off-the-shelf ripping software on a PC, consumers can copy their vinyl albums and store them on computers as digital PCM files with resolutions up to 192/24 PCM or as 2.8MHz-sampling-rate DSD and double-DSD (5.6HMz) files. The digital signals are sent over the S/PDIF digital coaxial output, I2S digital output, and USB output."
Looks like PS Audio is leading the pack. See - http://www.twice.com/articletype/new...nverter/108013