Analog Insert Latency (average) ?

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  • #84521
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    Anybody measure, or know the exact latency introduced by a hardware unit via a hardware insert (analog). I tried nulling with the channel delay and can’t get it as close as I would expect or need for critical use. I want to try some of my hardware on some busses and channels for studio work, but need to get the latency sorted and I would prefer to avoid loop back tests if I can help it lol. 0.2 MS is about as good as it gets thus far. I tried looking for published specs but the manual says nothing other than they aren’t compensated.

    Thanks

    #84528
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    I would also depend on the latency of the device (or device chain) that you are inserting. If you just used a cable to go from out to in I’m guessing that it adds around another .7ms to that source.

    #84536
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    No it’s not .7, that’s the quoted fixed latency of the desk end to end. Loop back via USB with simultaneous click to two channels with one having an analog insert in bypass (the unit not the insert)shows 36 samples between transients at 96K. Is there a way to get finer control of the channel offset or switch to samples?

    Would be nice if A&H would comment.

    #84553
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    36 samples works out to be 0.375ms. I would actually expect it to be higher, but yes an official statement from A&H would be nice.

    #91047
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    Hi Folks,

    yesterday I measured the latency of my SQ5 in combination with the AR2412.
    Here’s the result!

    Greetings,
    dd

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    #91051
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    @john

    there is no average

    just a minimum for each place that latency can happen

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