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    Bluetooth is for sure not going to support dsd, I would guess you lack the appropriate conversion programs to convert to a format to play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Bluetooth is for sure not going to support dsd, I would guess you lack the appropriate conversion programs to convert to a format to play.
    Sorry Paul, maybe wrong tread but I meant PCP soft (not bluetooth related). Can it read DSF/DSD files?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdiesel77 View Post
    Sorry Paul, maybe wrong tread but I meant PCP soft (not bluetooth related). Can it read DSF/DSD files?
    Have you installed the DSD player plugin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I would suspect that window isnĺt encoding the audio in a standard way. Can you post the Bluetooth log.
    Yes of course. Sorry for the late reply. Here are the logs. I'm just trying to play something from Youtube. I can see in the logs the ALSA device is correct (D30).

    pCP Bluetooth extension build:0011
    Starting BT Controller
    bcm43xx_init
    Flash firmware /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM4345C0.hcd
    Set Controller UART speed to 3000000 bit/s
    Device setup complete
    RPi Bluetooth Hardware Address: DC:A6:32:76:F5:3F
    Starting pCP BT Pairing Agent
    BT Controller Ready
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO ------------Starting pCP BT Speaker Daemon v6.0.0.0010------------
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO Resetting asound.conf.
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO Removing bt_ from asound.conf
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO Current contents of /usr/local/etc/pcp/pcp-bt.conf.
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO 70:66:55:5C:6B:3A#DESKTOP-TD7O65P#10000#2
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO BC:FF:EB:97:5B:B5#ArturPhone#10000#2
    01-01 00:00 GMT DEBUG PCM Devices found dbus.Dictionary({}, signature=dbus.Signature('oa{sv}'))
    01-01 00:00 GMT INFO Starting connection signal handlers.
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO ---- Caught Connect signal ----
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG /org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A/hfpag/sink
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG HCI:hci0
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO MAC:70:66:55:5C:6B:3A
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO TRANSPORT:hfpag
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO Starting a2dp background monitor.
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO ---- Caught Connect signal ----
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG /org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A/hfpag/source
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG HCI:hci0
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO MAC:70:66:55:5C:6B:3A
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO TRANSPORT:hfpag
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO ---- Caught Connect signal ----
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG /org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A/a2dpsnk/source
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG HCI:hci0
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO MAC:70:66:55:5C:6B:3A
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO TRANSPORT:a2dpsnk
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG pCP OUTPUT="hw:CARD=D30,DEV=0"
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG pCP ALSAVOLUME=""
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG pCP Card Conf:"USB.conf"
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO Starting player:"DESKTOP-TD7O65P" bluetooth, alsa device:"hw:CARD=D30,DEV=0", volume:"".
    10-03 18:41 BST DEBUG PCM Devices found dbus.Dictionary({dbus.ObjectPath('/org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A/a2dpsnk/source'): dbus.Dictionary({dbus.String('Device'): dbus.ObjectPath('/org/bluez/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Transport'): dbus.String('A2DP-sink', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Mode'): dbus.String('source', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Format'): dbus.UInt16(32784, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Channels'): dbus.Byte(2, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Sampling'): dbus.UInt32(44100, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Codec'): dbus.UInt16(0, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Delay'): dbus.UInt16(150, variant_level=1), dbus.String('SoftVolume'): dbus.Boolean(False, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Volume'): dbus.UInt16(0, variant_level=1)}, signature=dbus.Signature('sv')), dbus.ObjectPath('/org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A/hfpag/sink'): dbus.Dictionary({dbus.String('Device'): dbus.ObjectPath('/org/bluez/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Transport'): dbus.String('HFP-AG', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Mode'): dbus.String('sink', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Format'): dbus.UInt16(32784, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Channels'): dbus.Byte(1, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Sampling'): dbus.UInt32(8000, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Codec'): dbus.UInt16(1, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Delay'): dbus.UInt16(10, variant_level=1), dbus.String('SoftVolume'): dbus.Boolean(True, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Volume'): dbus.UInt16(3840, variant_level=1)}, signature=dbus.Signature('sv')), dbus.ObjectPath('/org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A/hfpag/source'): dbus.Dictionary({dbus.String('Device'): dbus.ObjectPath('/org/bluez/hci0/dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Transport'): dbus.String('HFP-AG', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Mode'): dbus.String('source', variant_level=1), dbus.String('Format'): dbus.UInt16(32784, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Channels'): dbus.Byte(1, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Sampling'): dbus.UInt32(8000, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Codec'): dbus.UInt16(1, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Delay'): dbus.UInt16(10, variant_level=1), dbus.String('SoftVolume'): dbus.Boolean(True, variant_level=1), dbus.String('Volume'): dbus.UInt16(3840, variant_level=1)}, signature=dbus.Signature('sv'))}, signature=dbus.Signature('oa{sv}'))
    10-03 18:41 BST INFO Device: dev_70_66_55_5C_6B_3A, connected with a2dp

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    That all looks perfectly normal. What are you using to play the music on Windows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    That all looks perfectly normal. What are you using to play the music on Windows?
    I'm not doing anything special. I pair and connect to the device using the bluetooth settings, then I choose it as the output audio device. Nothing that I try to play works. Even simple things like youtube doesn't play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    Have you installed the DSD player plugin?

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    Most probably not
    Is it in the plugin list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdiesel77 View Post
    Most probably not
    Is it in the plugin list?
    It is but maybe a different plugin is required for piCorePlayer. See this thread
    https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...r-DSD-playback

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    It is but maybe a different plugin is required for piCorePlayer. See this thread
    https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...r-DSD-playback

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    Thx a lot for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    There is no way to make it behave the old way (Except to use an old version of pCP)
    Among the 3 modes available, which is the nearby of the old behave ?

    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I'm not sure what you are trying to say though.

    The player should only disappear when you disconnect the bluetooth device.
    I have a sound bar not only used for piCorePlayer. With the old behaviore, BT connection was made "on demand" when I enabled my device. But with the new behaviore, I lost pearing and I must pass by webui to re-enable.

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