Thanks to all the educates post here by James and other members I was able to catch up some more knowledgeable Data to cope with what need this days from a music lover first who
Want to enjoy this latest innovations for the best.
Some of it gave me few days "migraine" going reading and catching some more knowledge
Regarding DSD that so far I didn't know.
I have a question though there are many input on the net for it,
I'm more interested in the bryston BDA3 aspect of it.
We can convert red books on the fly to DSD,in JRiver.
As I understand we don't change nothing in the data content but more to the way it "packed"
While sending it this way to the BDA3 DAC,more quantity but not different data.
That what I figure so far anyway.
We say the same with less bit (1 bit compare to 16 ) and more hertz (the way I understood it)
The new BDA3 is modular And have separate hardware to handle the incoming PCM
Vs incoming DSD from what I understood.
For my better understanding,can it turn that the Redbook converted to DSD
Will benefit something Becouse of the different filters use on DSD audio D/A in a way,
So the final convert stage will be implemented different in audible manner compare to PCM
is it something worth to explore with?
Hope the above make sense ,
I'm still newbie to this side of the music hobby.