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dsf transcoding anomoly
21-12-2016, 18:05
Post: #1
dsf transcoding anomoly
My streamer only accepts pcm up to 24/192.

But when I set transcoding to dsf:wav;96 the music still plays!

The control point says WAV 96kHz/24bits 6144kbps

But shouldn´t it be necessary for me to specify dsf:wav24;96

Just for your info!
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21-12-2016, 18:42
Post: #2
RE: dsf transcoding anomoly
This is a bit surprising. I would expect the setting dsf:wav;96 to produce a 32-bit 96 kHz stream. I will check this to see what is happening.
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07-01-2017, 09:13
Post: #3
RE: dsf transcoding anomoly
I confirm :

dsf:wav;176 works, and the control point (Lumin) says 176.4 MHz 24 bits 11.29 Mbps

Renderer is a Linn Klimax
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07-01-2017, 21:02
Post: #4
RE: dsf transcoding anomoly
I tried the setting dsf:wav;96 with a renderer that supports 32-bit WAV. The stream is shown as WAV 96.0 kHz, 32 bits, 2 ch. If I specify dsf:wav24;96, the stream is shown as WAV 96.0 kHz, 24 bits, 2 ch.

It seems that some 24-bit renderers are automatically truncating the 32-bit samples to 24 bits.
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