by xander » 25 Jul 2014, 06:27
by ACX » 25 Jul 2014, 12:11
xander wrote:- is it possible to install RuneAudio onto raspbmc or do I have to format sd card completely?
xander wrote:- if I just install runeOS on the sd card, is it possible to install additional programs (i.e. bittorrent sync for syncing music folders with my desktop).
xander wrote:- can I use putty and/ or filezilla? Especially the latter one to get my music onto the hdd in case btsync doesn't work?
xander wrote:- my external hdd is ext4. Is that ok with Rune?
xander wrote:- general questions: my pi is directly connected to a Denon X4000 AVR via HDMI. Is there a difference in sound quality between the HDMI output of the pi and a USB DAC? I would like to have the best sound quality possible with the pi but everyone seems to use a USB DAC instead of the HDMI connection. Why?
by xander » 25 Jul 2014, 12:43
by ACX » 25 Jul 2014, 13:15
by xander » 29 Jul 2014, 10:04
by ACX » 29 Jul 2014, 13:22
xander wrote:Next: I want to test higher bitrates and see when and if problems with the RPi arise. Any suggestions what material could bring the RPi down?
xander wrote:Imho the second row could be replaced completely for some buttons like artist, album, genre, song, playlist, folder. Thereby, browsing through the complete folder structure wouldn't be necessary and a selection of entire albums/ artists to queue would be possible. Also, updating the search function for artist/ albums (instead of tracks) would be great.
by xander » 03 Aug 2014, 01:32
The HDMI sound driver in the stock RPi kernel is limited to 48kHz http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f10-m ... dmi-16190/ https://github.com/digitalcode/android_ ... -pcm.c#L26
Recently tghewett described how to raise it to 192kHz http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=25810?
by stosoorok » 28 Mar 2016, 23:44
by hondagx35 » 29 Mar 2016, 00:16
Is there any way to get it working on runeaudio?
by stosoorok » 29 Mar 2016, 07:55
is it true 24/192 or is it downsampled to 24/48 ?
The latest arch linux kernel for RP2 and RP3 is only capable to play up to 48kHz.
See here.Is there any way to get it working on runeaudio?
Yes, patching and recompiling the kernel is the solution.
We also could try the openelec kernel.