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(As a side note, I am not sure if Mark_Lenovo would be comfortable with taking his posts as the official position of Lenovo as a whole, especially regarding hardware issues.)
He uses the Lenovo Logo on an official Lenovo Forum and Lenovo has not yet pulled his posts in 6 months ..... I'd say it's an open and shut case.
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And on the next page, there's a link to a PDF from Analog Devices which says it's supported.
Quite frankly, in todays business climate, I have little faith in what many corportations "alledge" to be the real deal.
I understand this, but from an engineering point of view, specification sheets for non-end user components (those sold to other companies and used by them in products) are accurate, though must be subject to careful interpretation. Omitting information in products aimed at customers is one thing, although misrepresentation still puts a company at the risk of being on the wrong-end of a class-action suit if enough people get angry. Telling a manufacturer that your product does A when it in fact doesn't do A gets you sued pretty fast.
Looking through the spec sheet in more detail, node 1F, Stereo Mix-Down, looks somewhat interesting. Unfortunately, I don't have enough depth in this subject to go any deeper, nor a *61 to test with.
I'll read through the thread now, I guess... <_<