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Thread: Hi-res output on iOS and Android

  1. #1

    Hi-res output on iOS and Android

    Would like to have Hi-res output. Now foobar2000 mobile don't support this as I can see. On Android all audio files are decoded at sample rate 48 000 Hz (Blue light on Dragonfly Red). On iOS all audio files are decoded at sample rate 44 100 Hz (green light on Dragonfly Red).
    Other players like USB Audio Player Pro (Android) and Neplayer (iOS) can do this so I guess it would be possible for foobar2000 to fix this issue.

  2. #2

    Re: Hi-res output on iOS and Android

    I agree, I would like High Res on. Since a couple of days 8player plays 24/192 flac on IOS. Also because of flac format is played by Native iOS decoder,

    For questions or testing contact me. I would love FLAC 24/192 on IOS. Iphone via apple camerakit connector to external DAC.

  3. #3

    Re: Hi-res output on iOS and Android

    Agree, please add this - in all other respects th eapp is already way ahead of anything else.

  4. #4

    Re: Hi-res output on iOS and Android

    Hello, Any chance of an update on this subject?

  5. #5

    Re: Hi-res output on iOS and Android

    Would love some info on this as well.
    Thank you!

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    Re: Hi-res output on iOS and Android

    Thanks for reporting the issue.

    Addressed on iOS in version 1.2 beta - available now in TestFlight : https://foobar2000.org/test-ios

    As for Android, I just tested a USB DAC with an Android 10 device (Nokia phone); foobar2000 successfully sends 96KHz stream to the USB DAC, in every configuration (OpenSL on or off).
    44.1KHz seems to be getting resampled to 48KHz, I'm investigating if this can be suppressed.

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