Discussion in 'Functions Operation Guidance' started by Rita, May 14, 2018.
Egreat Music Player is coming soon, support DSD, SACD, APE, FLAC etc
DSD. That is good news !! And other High Res audio. I like that.
Will be more than welcome.
Will DSD bitstream be supported? Or will it be converted to PCM?
All of you said this was useless...and now everyone loves suddenly this music player?!
@nenito2k Provided the HQ and MCH native audio formats are now processed and passed in RAW via HDMI then it is very welcome.
FLAC 24-bit in 88, 96, 186, 192 Hz plus DSD64 (and DSD128) are what is really needed. Higher specs are welcome but more of an illusion as real source material with such formats is uncommon. Converting DSD64 to 32-bit/192 Hz what I do see regularly does not make any sense to me as the best match is 24-bit/88Hz (and not 96 Hz obviously).
Nice music player features are very welcome but secondary in nature for an audio purist like me.
Little suggestion: is it possible that *.cue are supported? I have a lot of wavepacks with .cue files, i will love it
@Richard Xu i guess we are only days away from this release right ?
We are doing the final test and optimization , it should be available soon , but we do will keep you guys update
@Richard Xu i know this has consumed a lot of time to @Rita team...finally you will really have time to focus on android now...and hopefully update vidon like said long ago...
For when the new music player? Everything in egreat is "coming soon" but it takes a long time to arrive or it never arrives.
@Rita If I understand u good it means that there will be today a new firmware for the A10, if yes Im looking forward to it and hopefully a nice stable one so that its worth to connect my A10 again to my OLED
Problems encountered in the new music player:
In mp3 albums instead of the name of the album, it shows the name of the artist.
The .wav files do not show special characters (Chinese characters appear instead)
The .cue files are not played unless the cue sheet is stored in UTF-8, if it is in ANSI, they are not played and in the playlist they are displayed as ape files.
The .cue files do not show special characters unless they are in UTF-8.
New Mediaplayer doesn't play my DSD - files. Was promised.
Doesn’t see my SACD .iso files either.
The multi-channel output does not work. In the interface it appears as DTS 5.1 or Flac 5.1, but the AV receiver informs that it receives PCM 2.0 signal and not multichannel. I hope you solve this, as well as the problems I discussed in a previous post.
humm...hopefully it is because of the BETA FW....for the final one it will work
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