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If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - sealrock - 11-02-2020

...that it's playing in 44.1KHz or 192KHz?

Thanks


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - dwrae - 11-02-2020

44.1kHz.


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - sealrock - 11-02-2020

(11-02-2020, 11:00 AM)dwrae Wrote: 44.1kHz.

Thank you.

Is the app capable of playing 192, and if so, what do I need to tweak?


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - dwrae - 11-02-2020

It is capable of every sample rate that a USB DAC supports. For supported phones featuring an internal HiRes audio chip, it will also play at any supported rate. Please tell us which Android device and USB DAC (if any) you are using.


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - sealrock - 11-02-2020

Using a Sony NW-ZX2, which supports 24/192. Thanks.


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - dwrae - 11-05-2020

If you are using the app on the Sony, then you won't get any HiRes audio since it cannot be supported.


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - sealrock - 11-08-2020

(11-05-2020, 01:10 PM)dwrae Wrote: If you are using the app on the Sony, then you won't get any HiRes audio since it cannot be supported.

The Sony NW-ZX2 does support 24/192, though.

"Two dedicated clock oscillations, one for the sampling frequencies of 44.1 kHz, 88.2 kHz and 176.4 kHz (CD/DSD), and the other for 48 kHz, 96 kHz and 192 kHz, enable completely synchronized demodulation for sound purity and uncompromising results regardless of the digital content source."

Source: https://www.sony.com/electronics/walkman/nw-zx2/specifications#features


RE: If it says "Android: 44100Hz File: 192000Hz" on a 192KHz track, does that mean... - dwrae - 11-11-2020

Of course. It's just that it cannot be accessed by third parties.