I'm in process of re-ripping my CDs to FLAC. To speed up the process, I've started looking for torrents of stuff that I already own (e.g. where someone has already done the work and ripped stuff to FLAC for me
I recently downloaded a FLAC encoded CD which apparently has something to do with DTS. There's a readme file included with the download which says "Warning - make sure your system can read a DTS signal". I tried out one of the tracks, but SB3 just outputs a bunch of white noise.
I guess this means that SB3 (or slimserver) can't decode DTS? Is there a way round this, or is it easier to just dig out the original CD and rip it myself?
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Thread: Can SB3 decode a DTS signal?
2007-11-03, 01:34 #1
Can SB3 decode a DTS signal?http://www.last.fm/user/gutt3d/
Squeeze Centre v7.5.3 +Multi Library +Custom Browse +MusicIP
Windows 2003 SP2
Intel Pentium 1.5GHz
Squeezebox 3 wireless (Player Firmware Version: 132)
Library of approx 13500 tracks (~95% FLAC)