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mike16w@msn.com
2006-03-17, 11:55
I copies some of my vinyl LPs and sent them to my wireless SB but they are playing at about 1/2 speed or slower. I copied them at 96k, 16 bit. Is this to much to be sending over the wireless and is that why they are playing so slow? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

stevieweevie
2006-03-17, 12:33
Do they play okay on your computer?

mike16w@msn.com
2006-03-17, 12:50
It sounds great on the computer.

rudholm
2006-03-17, 12:53
What format are the files in?

verbatone
2006-03-17, 13:16
96kHz is not supported:

http://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?t=20512&highlight=96khz

There is a feature request link in this same thread. 96kHz is double 48kHz, so that's why it's playing at half speed. 48kHz is the max sample rate at this point.

jimdibb
2006-03-17, 13:36
I thought maybe they were ripped at 16 2/3. :)

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> 96kHz is not supported:
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> http://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?t=20512&highlight=96khz
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> There is a feature request link in this same thread. 96kHz is double
> 48kHz, so that's why it's playing at half speed. 48kHz is the max
> sample rate at this point.
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mike16w@msn.com
2006-03-17, 16:57
Yes, I was ripping them at 96k. I have tried it at 48k and they play fine. Is there any limitation on whether it is ripped at 16 or 24 bit? Will I hear a difference?

Thanks for clearing this up.