However, unless you’re running a studio with 192kHz capable signal chain (DA/AD conversion, DAW, etc) and need ultra-low latency recording, I doubt that a switch from 96kHz to 192kHz will give you any benefit apart from a warmer room in winter .
But since you’ve signed up for the hi-qual service I guess you probably know that.
if i dont get the 192000? (because not all the music is at that “level”) some are 96 and less… it will play the 96 if i have in alternate 48000??? and what would happen if i put in alternate 96 but, there is song with less resolution.
Im making the test in manjaro but using a raspberry pi with a hat (iqaudio dac pro) as server.
I dont know how config pulse audio in raspbian… yet, it seems that nobody know how in the rpi forum. Maybe im gonna install archlinux in this raspberry, i hope is not too complicated, just want a headless server. But with the iqaudio dac pro working so probably im gonna lost there.
Edit: about how good is this DAC… i just dont know, i dont have too many money to expend and for me the sound is really great. But… i dont know how to meassure this.
It’s all you need if it can handle sample rates of 48kHz, (“DVD quality”), 96kHz or even 192kHz at 24bit. No one I know can hear a difference between those values, the only limiting factor will be the quality of your speakers/headphones. I record vocals and send the stems to a studio in Amsterdam for mixing, they want 24bit wav files at 48kHz.
can i mix that resampled method with that? And, for what is the resampled? i just want the more fidelity to the actual recording i can have. (…yes im an ignorant, maybe this is not related at all, but i mean, i dont like to put higher bass or whatever, i just want to hear as i suppose that the musician wants)