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MQA processing can be disabled


MikeJazz
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Just found the setting and wanted to share:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]32094[/ATTACH]

You can disable software decoding and let it to your DAC, but you are not able to 'disable' MQA encoding. So you are not able to get the same MQA unprocessed content as 1 week ago.

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Well at least for now Tidal is including a HiFi version and a Master version. So you can still get the unprocessed version as well. The only issue is figuring out which album is which without having to play.

 

Currently just testing out Tidal's MQA software processing. Don't have MQA dac anymore.

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You can disable software decoding and let it to your DAC, but you are not able to 'disable' MQA encoding. So you are not able to get the same MQA unprocessed content as 1 week ago.

 

I Said this day would come some time back in a number of threads here.

Now until you buy a MQA DAC your stuck with a lossy download that's NOT CD quality. :(

IT'S NOT DRM, IT'S NOT DRM, IT'S NOT DRM

"The gullibility of audiophiles is what astonishes me the most, even after all these years. How is it possible, how did it ever happen, that they trust fairy-tale purveyors and mystic gurus more than reliable sources of scientific information?"

Peter Aczel - The Audio Critic

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