Un autre article intéressant de Stereophile a propos du MQA.
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Posté 15 March 2018 à 09:08
I don't believe that, over the long term, MQA is in the best interests of audiophiles. I just hope it's not too late
Altec A-5 VOT, Audiolab, Dynaudio, Chord, Genelec, JBL, Mac, NAS Synology, Tannoy GRF, Velodyne, XTA, 300B, 2A3 et 12B4, j'ai même un frigidaire, un poêle et un micro-ondes ;-)
Posté 20 December 2018 à 18:03
Posté 22 December 2018 à 15:34
par contre :
An MQA encoded file can be played back in four ways; with no decoding, software decoding, hardware decoding, and a combined software/hardware decode.
If you play back a 24-bit/192kHz MQA-encoded file using iTunes through a regular DAC (i.e. a non-MQA DAC), you will get a 24/48 file.
If you play back a 24-bit/192kHz MQA-encoded file through an MQA software decoder like Tidal HiFi, Audirvana, or (soon) Roon, and you are using a regular DAC (i.e. a non-MQA DAC), you will get a 24/96 file. A software decoder does not offer the ability to 'unfold' the original file to resolutions higher than 24/96 (or 24/88.2).
If you play back a 24-bit/192kHz MQA-encoded file through an MQA-enabled DAC, you will get a 24-bit/192kHz file. If you are also using a software decoder like Tidal HiFi, Audirvana, or (soon) Roon, you can have the software decoder perform the first 'unfold'.
Read more at https://www.audiostr...Rj3FAgm0YxG8.99
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