Right now I am listening to 96KHz digital audio piped from my MacBook over ethernet via AVB to a MOTU 8M DAC. I have waited so long to be able to push reliable low latency audio over cheap CAT6 instead of ridiculously expensive analog or ADAT cables. Now if I just had an AVB-capable switch so I didn't have to wire the two machines directly to each other.
It depends on how high you need. Obviously the upper limit is 48KHz. My mic and speakers probably roll off in the upper 20's, but it's hard to say for sure. I have a calibrated mic that I've been meaning to test all this with, but you know how it is, I've got projects backed up far enough to last me years. :-P
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