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JRiver Media Center can only stream its DSP Studio's DSD output as DoP over the network to a UPnP/DLNA renderer, such as the Rendu in DLNA output (3a) mode. My version of JRiver (MC18) is limited to DSD128 as DoP. It appears to have a bug in it that allows you to select native DSD256 output in the DSP Studio as well as other native DSD resolutions and they should be grayed out as only the DoP options should be available when DSP Studio is configured for one of JRiver's DLNA servers:

 

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Is it the same for your version of JRiver?


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The first thing you need to check as far as the OP is concerned is whether JR23's DSP studio has a 4xDSD in DoP format option. If not then DSD256 output from the DSP Studio over DLNA is a no go and there's nothing to test with anyway.


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1 hour ago, stefano_mbp said:

But the answer seems .... very strange.....

You can't convert TO DSD, that's not a streamable format”

.... if I can stream original dsd to dlna renderer why shouldn’t be possible to upsample to dsd and then stream the result to dlna renderer?

 

You are forgetting and/or misunderstanding that UPnP/DLNA renderers do not support the network streaming of raw DSD audio signals and (some) support only the streaming DSD DSF or DFF files. However, the majority of UPnP/DLNA renderers do support the streaming of raw 16-bit LPCM (aka L16) and some support the streaming of raw 24-bit LPCM (aka L24).

 

So the raw DSD audio signal output from JRiver's DSP Studio has to be packaged into:

either one of the (DSF or DFF) DSD audio file formats;

or DoP as raw 24-bit LPCM;

or DoP packaged in a lossless LPCM file format, so WAV, FLAC, etc.

 

It is the packaging part that is missing.


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Yes, agreed. Plus, if a feature is not supported it should at least be disabled if not removed altogether to avoid any confusion.

 

Oh and I also agree that women at JRiver would likely not be so ignorant. 🙂


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