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Poweramp downsample 48 khz to 44.1

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Hi,I'm not an expert,I only know some basics but I need help with something,Poweramp downsamples sample rate to 44.1 khz when with other players I can achieve 48 khz,thing is this,my phone in other player achieve 48 khz with aptx (non hd) of my Bluetooth earphones but when I go to Poweramp it downsamples to 44.1 ,why? Aptx support 48 khz and my phone supports higher than. 48 too ,I want to achieve bit perfect with my Bluetooth earphones with aptx codec since my files are 16 bit wav and 48 khz ,again why does it downsamples? 

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Poweramp automatically chooses the target BT codec sample rate (44.1kHz in your case). That rate is specifically reported by bluetooth stack and used by audio flinger.  Forcing 48kHz means double resample for 44.1kHz tracks. 

 

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Again this is what I don't understand

IF my phone SUPPORTS 48 khz and/or higher and SUPPORTS APTX and in earphones have APTX with max sample rate at 48 then why Poweramp downsamples it? Basically what I see is I should play 48 wav with no problems and resampling

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19 hours ago, SeMoZaKi said:

Again this is what I don't understand

IF my phone SUPPORTS 48 khz and/or higher and SUPPORTS APTX and in earphones have APTX with max sample rate at 48 then why Poweramp downsamples it? Basically what I see is I should play 48 wav with no problems and resampling

Because Bluetooth would resample to 44.1. Or so Max says.

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I know this is off topic but since you guys are experienced audiophiles I have a doubt please explain,I read when you match Dolby contents ac3 file plus a device compatible dolby it enhances the experience a lot ( I know its kinda obvious) but is it totally true? Because my phone has Dolby Atmos preinstalled and when I turn it on with songs converted to ac3 it sounds so awesome,like surround effects on songs are more defined and the song sounds quite impressive!

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31 minutes ago, SeMoZaKi said:

I know this is off topic but since you guys are experienced audiophiles I have a doubt please explain,I read when you match Dolby contents ac3 file plus a device compatible dolby it enhances the experience a lot ( I know its kinda obvious) but is it totally true? Because my phone has Dolby Atmos preinstalled and when I turn it on with songs converted to ac3 it sounds so awesome,like surround effects on songs are more defined and the song sounds quite impressive!

That seems to be a multi-Channel-encryption

https://whatis.techtarget.com/fileformat/AC3-Dolby-Digital-audio-files-used-on-DVDs

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AC3 is a file extension for surround sound audio files used on DVDs format.  The AC3 file format was created by Dolby Labs for use in a Dolby Digital audio on DVD, Blu-ray and other digital video formats. AC3 stands for Audio Coding 3.

AC3 increases fidelity over its previous surround sound standard, Pro-logic, with independent tracks for each of the 6 speakers, a 16bit sampling at 48khz rate compressed by 10- 12 times, making for a total bit rate of 384kbps.

The question would be : how do you get the ac3-songs ? If you convert them from mp3 then any effects are just effects.

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2 hours ago, blaubär said:

That seems to be a multi-Channel-encryption

It can be, but not necessarily. AC3 streams - aka Dolby Digital - can also contain a regular stereo pair. Mostly found on  home video formats though (BluRAY, DVD, etc) so not really something PA would normally expect to encounter.

Andre

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7 hours ago, blaubär said:

I don't download download ac3 songs I convert wav to ac3, I feel it improves surround effects by A LOT! I'm thinking in settling down for ac3 ,and yes I know about the codec is used for DVDs but there are songs recorded in Dolby (in some rare case there is song recorded in dolby) anyway,when I match the converted wav music to ac3 with Dolby Atmos in my Android it sounds like the first time you hear lossless music

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