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Poweramp is upsampling 96Khz tracks to 192khz in Hi-Res output


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Unless I am mistaken, before the recent update, Poweramp wouldn't upsample 96khz(as shown by the audio-info page over OK Computer Art) or even 44.1khz tracks.

Also, why can't PA play a 48Khz 24bit file with 24bit output rather than 16bit(as shown by the audio-info page over the album art with a shark in it)?

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Look like you are using a Samsung device, and their firmwares often restrict high resolution output to matched settings. So for example 96/192kHz output will be locked to 24-bit output, higher rates will be set to 32-bit, and regular 44.1/48kHz to 16-bit.

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Dear,Mankeerat

Try to change dither from resampler

or try to change sample rate 

note: must match remapler and sampler of output.

there is problem with your chipset of samsung's exynos.

 

these problem is being faced with some mtk and sdm chipsets too.

it will fix soon.

Thanks

 

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2 minutes ago, andrewilley said:

Look like you are using a Samsung device, and their firmwares often restrict high resolution output to matched settings. So for example 96/192kHz output will be locked to 24-bit output, higher rates will be set to 32-bit, and regular 44.1/48kHz to 16-bit.

Andre

Yes that is correct, I am using a Galaxy S9+. This is useful information, thanks for sharing.

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4 minutes ago, Tapori Gaming said:

Dear,Mankeerat

Try to change dither from resampler

or try to change sample rate 

note: must match remapler and sampler of output.

there is problem with your chipset of samsung's exynos.

 

these problem is being faced with some mtk and sdm chipsets too.

it will fix soon.

Thanks

 

Hmm okay, the dither settings are unclear as to what percentage/dither to use so I'll just use the app as is. It's not like I will notice the difference between 44.1/48/96khz or 16/24bit as the bit rate is already in the thousands. Well, atleast on a smartphone headphone jack I won't.

I use Poweramp primarily for the exceptional gesture based UI design and .CUE support.

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2 minutes ago, Mankeerat said:

Hmm okay, the dither settings are unclear as to what percentage/dither to use so I'll just use the app as is. It's not like I will notice the difference between 44.1/48/96khz or 16/24bit as the bit rate is already in the thousands. Well, atleast on a smartphone headphone jack I won't.

I use Poweramp primarily for the exceptional gesture based UI design and .CUE support.

You will notice in future because there are many problems due to processors.

there are many processors which are set to a limited bitrate,sample etc.

Thanks.

 

 

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