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|10th September 2019, 06:16 PM||#91|
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You can check the supported sample rates for your DAC by typing:
aplay -D hw:1,0 --dump-hw-params /dev/zero
What playback device is the default one under Windows? What is the format you selected for it? This video has an example of how to select the playback format:
If the playback software can change the sample rate and audio format, perhaps to the native format of the file to be bit perfect, the audio will not sound correct.
Please, on your Windows machine, install VB-Cable and configure that as your default playback device. See:
VB-Audio Virtual Apps
Set both recording and playback of VB-Cable to the one you want (e.g. 24/96).
Also, plughw: allows ALSA to resample or reformat the audio that is being sent to the DAC by Gstreamer. That's is not needed, or wanted. I would instead stream in a format that the DAC already supports and use hw: instead.
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