My agument is that no sensible person would sort out certain pedal (made by renoved manufacturer) only based on samplerate it uses, without trying it out.:-)
You’re preaching to the choir.
That’s a non-sequitur.
I don’t need to. It is a very crowded and competitive market. I don’t need to try every single effects pedal on the market. I narrow the contenders to a list of products I want to try based on features, reviews, and yes, specifications (such a dirty word around here). What I do not do is go through a buying process that meets with the approval of someone on the internet who I don’t know. The only person I am interested in pleasing with my equipment purchases is me. And for the record I never said the Eventide sounded bad. What I did say is that it has poor fidelity and I stand by that assertion. You might care to take a look at this…Show More...
From a fidelity perspective I consider 24bit/96KHz the absolute bare minimum. There are plenty of excellent effects pedals with DSPs that use a 96KHz sampling rate.
I have two degrees: one in electrical engineering and another in computer science.
Let’s just agree to disagree. I have lost all interest in taking this exchange any further. Feel free to have the last word if you must.