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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by abeidrov View Post
    I would wait for a new version of the Amanero module. I understand it is a matter of couple of months.

    I dont think a new module is needed, just a firmware update.

    Amanero seems to be working on it...cleaning up the software hiccups.

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    I was also told that a firmware update will enable support of DSD256 and DSD512 with Linux. The new module is a separate thing and should bring general improvements in SQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abeidrov View Post
    I was also told that a firmware update will enable support of DSD256 and DSD512 with Linux. The new module is a separate thing and should bring general improvements in SQ.
    Yes Amanero's OEM Superclocked model.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by wisnon View Post
    I dont think a new module is needed, just a firmware update.

    Amanero seems to be working on it...cleaning up the software hiccups.
    Wish they would get a move on the firmware update, considering that they started working on it 10 months ago.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by shadowlight View Post
    Wish they would get a move on the firmware update, considering that they started working on it 10 months ago.
    They are, but it seems complicated...

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by wisnon View Post
    They are, but it seems complicated...
    Totally understand on the complication but the only information on what might be going on is on the GitHub. I really would like to run HQPlayer NAA on a stripped down Linux PC. I am already running HQPlayer Embedded on Linux successfully.

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    So far, I am really enjoying the Superkomputer and continue to play with different HQPlayer settings. Upsampling PCM to DSD is a clear winner, however, when feeding GG with a DSD track, I am in doubt. When I choose DirectSDM setting in HQPlayer, it seems dynamics and transients are much better, than when I remove this option and some DSD to DSD processing takes place. Do you guys have similar experience? What settings do you use when you listen to DSD recordings?
    Thanks.

  8. #28
    I think Pipeline SDM is the non-processing DSD option.

    Preference-> Settings-> Pipeline SDM see page 1 of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisnon View Post
    I think Pipeline SDM is the non-processing DSD option.
    No, Pipeline SDM is recommended for modern processors with several cores. DirectSDM is an option to enable unprocessed DSD playback.

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