I bought a Horus loaded w 1-AKD8DP, 1-ADA8, 1-DA8P, 1-DA8. So 8 channels in/out of DSD, total of 16 channels in, 24 channels out up to 192k.
I use the Horus for studio work, but also for remote recording and on-site recording of choirs and orchestras. Read more
I went with the DSD cards because high-end orchestral recordings prefer high resolution audio when available. This allows me to offer a very high-end solution that others typically cannot address.
However, the consensus amongst audio engineers is largely that resolutions above 96k are irrelevant from an audio perspective, and costly from a disk space perspective. The math and human biology support this position. Who hears above 15k? What microphones record at more than 20k? What speakers playback at more than 20k?
That having been said, I have recorded and played back up to 352khz rates. For my own purposes, 96khz/24bit is the best I can hear. But I have the capability to deliver super-high resolution recordings if that is required.