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Hi All

 

I have a Lampi DAC with this module and a server running on linux. The amanero only goes up to DSD128 on linux (although it will do DSD512 on windows).

 

Does anyone have any knowledge of if and when the amanero module will be extended to play DSD256 or 512?

 

I have sent an email to amanero asking this, but in case I don't get a replyI wondered whether this was a question that others have addressed.

 

Cheers

 

Philip

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Hi All

I have a Lampi DAC with this module and a server running on linux. The amanero only goes up to DSD128 on linux (although it will do DSD512 on windows).

Does anyone have any knowledge of if and when the amanero module will be extended to play DSD256 or 512

I have sent an email to amanero asking this, but in case I don't get a replyI wondered whether this was a question that others have addressed

Cheers

Philip

If the Amanero can handle DSD512 already, then I would think that it's the job of the client source to meet the Amanero's spec.

 

I'm no expert here, but I believe that either some or all Linux implementations use DSD over PCM (DoP) and this is restricted to DSD128. Someone I am in contact with has suggested that there are experimental Linux patches for native DSD256 and above.

 

I have only heard this because my DAC has the same Amanero board, but since I am very happy with the PCM via my DAC I haven't investigated further.

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hi philip

 

amanero Support now DSD native in Linux.

 

when you look here:https://github.com/lintweaker/xmos-native-dsd/issues/12

 

maybe you have to update the Firmware to Firmware 1099rc1.

 

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what Server Software do you use?

 

i use daphile,there i can Change from Dop to DSD native up to dsd512.

 

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hi philip

amanero Support now DSD native in Linux.

when you look here:https://github.com/lintweaker/xmos-native-dsd/issues/12

maybe you have to update the Firmware to Firmware 1099rc1.]

 

Hi shpongle

 

That git link ends on August 18th with someone asking the developer whether there is any chance of him updating the firmware. So I guess any fixes are, at this stage, experimental.

 

Unless anyone knows any better, I guess this is still the situation.

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