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DSD decoded to 24/384
#1
When playing dsd64 (.dsf file) it is decoded to PCM 24/384 instead of DSD64 to PCM 24/352.8.Is there a way to decode DSD64 to PCM 24/352.8 ?
My configuration:
Moode 4.3
Device: Audiophonics PCM5122
SoX resampling disabled
DSD over PCM disabled.

Thanks,
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#2
AFAIK the only PCM5122 based DAC that supports 352.8K rate is Allo's Boss DAC. This is because Allo developed their own custom I2S driver for the DAC which included a patch for this rate.

   
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#3
(11-11-2018, 02:16 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: AFAIK the only PCM5122 based DAC that supports 352.8K rate is Allo's Boss DAC. This is because Allo developed their own custom I2S driver for the DAC which included a patch for this rate.

Strange. It used to work fine (352.8K) with Adiophonics PCM5122 DAC driver on moOde 3.1 with  Advanced Kernel installed.

Anyway, thanks.
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#4
Thats because the experimental Linux kernels in moOde 3 series were themselves patched. These kernels however were not generally stable and required too much support so they were dropped beginning with moOde 4 series in favor the rock stable mainline kernel.

One avenue would be to post an issue and ask for this rate to be supported.
https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues
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