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Hi, why did you say so? I don't understand what you're meaning...
Hi GrantI think Chris meant that we gave tried the Pi playing DSD over USB and with some DACs it may work but we have not officially built in the module that allows DSD playback in the Pi yet. Just not sure what the outcome will be yet.james
Hi GrantI think Chris meant that we have tried the Pi playing DSD over USB and with some DACs it may work but we have not officially built in the module that allows DSD playback in the Pi yet. Just not sure what the outcome will be yet.james
HI James,You are referring to a piece of software in MM here? Or do you mean an extra piece of HifiBerry hardware?Cheers,Marius
If you are looking to play dsd via USB then i would suggest a BDP-2 over the BDP-Pi. DSD64 via USB has the occasional dropout and thus we aren't going to recommend it and DSD128 just doesn't play. We have yet to test dsd via the spdif as our own dac's don't support this, however a Bryston customer using his own setup has pm'd that he finds the performance acceptable. Because we have yet to test it we just aren't supporting dsd on the BDP-Pi, this stance may change in the future.
Hello James Big question , does it have a Linear power supply ,noticably better then a SM ps. How about output how does the PI and BDP-2 sound vs each other ? Thank you,PJ.
Virtually any DAC can be connected via the on-board S/PDIF and Toslink connectors. Also, get ultra-high resolution by connecting a USB DAC.
I recall a posting that mentioned that TOSLINK will be limited to 96/24, but can I assume that coax is supported up to 192/24?
With the 1/3 chase size of the pi will there be a coming DAC for a maching stack?How much better sound quality wise can I expect the pi to be compared to a laptop streaming tidal and playback off of a thumb drive with flac files?
Hi James I am getting some mixed info from my local rep that maybe you could clarify what I what to is get the bdp-pi and the bp2 mm-mc or the tf-2 and power them bolth from the same power supply like the mps-2 or ps-3 is this possible I am being told that it is not.. Also if it is possible can I still use thumb drive for my files?
Ok so I am confused by what is says in the owners manual of the pi on page 9 item 15 where it states the mps-2 will power it with special bryston cable but may not work on some drives?
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