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Does MPD Puppy automatically resample audio files?
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Magellan

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Jan 2013, 07:19    Post subject:  Does MPD Puppy automatically resample audio files?  

Hi!
I have been using MPD puppy for some time, and I am very happy for the labor that has been put into this software. Thank you.

I have a question. I don´t know but maybe the information about this are to be find in the forum somewhere, but there is a lot of posts to read through.
Anyway. My question is simple. If I play a - say 24 bit 96 kHz file. Do MPD pup any resampling to 16 bit 44,1? Or is the file sent to the DAC in it´s original bit and samplerate? I am asking, because when running my DAC under Windows it only accepts maximum 16 bits and 48 kHz. Running under MPD puppy there is no problem playing 24 bits 96 kHz, but is this due to resampling taking place?

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