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Hello! Just purchased Poweramp full version (v3 latest build) via the web-site for my Fiio M11 Pro. I must admit, it’s a fantastic music player app and it really outperforms the pre-installed Filo music player app by far. Well done! Amongst many things, I like the detailed view of the digital process chain of the Poweramp music player. However, I noticed, after the first Decoder step, a lot of processing is taking place. In total three more processing steps: -A Resampler -DSP -And finally an output step So a lot of resampling and increasing and decreasing of bit depth is taking place. Sometimes this makes sense, but sometimes it seems to be a lot of additional handling. My question therefor is: Wouldn’t it be possible to establish a 'straight put through' option, so that e.g. High-Res FLAC files with 96kHz and 24bit depth go straight to the output DAC of the device, unchanged, no resampling, no bit depth change, etc. Looking forward to hear from you folks! Linus
Hello, I suffered a lot in the matter of choosing headphones or earphones running on high-res music technology, and I contacted several companies and did not get a satisfactory answer. I own a phone from Samsung is the Samsung Galaxy S9. As is well known, Samsung has been broadcasting on Galaxy phones. Of the velvet layer. Frequencies of up to 32 bits 384 kHz via headphones or earphones via the wire. AUX I asked about the Sony headphone which is Sony WH1000XM3 with high-res music technology. I contacted more than one customer and the answers were different and I did not get a satisfactory answer. I asked them. I know that Sony WH1000XM3 is running on Bluetooth LDAC 16 BIT 96 KHZ max. I told them if I wanted to hear a song over the wire, and the frequencies of this song were 192 kHz and 24 bits, would I hear it with the same Bluetooth frequency or 192 kHz and 24 bits? The customer did not know that. He also did not know if this headset was compatible with my Galaxy S9 I even asked about an earphone from AKG and contacted a customer, but the answer was, these headphones respond to frequencies between 10 and 40 kHz I hope Poweramp. to advise me for a headphone compatible with High-Res music at 192 kHz and 24 bits or more and you can play WAV format because my Galaxy can broadcast high-res music in WAV and PCM format up to 32 bits and as I asked earlier Poweramp plays WAV FORMAT IN HIGH-RES AUDIO. The choice of headphones remains