I’m secretly coverting a BlueSound Node 2 to add to my setup but before I go down that path I’m trying to understand more about roon output and in particular the output on my PC.
I can only seem to manage 16 bit output dispite the claimed capabilities of my sound chip which say I should be able to get studio quality.
My sound card is a Realtek ALC1150 and in settings I’ve configured it to 24 Bits 192000 Studio Quality
In roon I’ve configure the device under advance as:
Up to 192KHz
In roon the out is downsampled to 16bit
How can I get roon to output in 24Bit?
Edit: Grammar & Fix
Seems I found the answer!
By activating exclusive mode.
Hi @Azazeal ---- Thank you for the post! It sounds like you got this sorted out by using “exclusive mode”, well done
I just wanted to check in with you and make sure things are still working as expected, since making the mentioned adjustment to your playback settings.
Yes, thank you, everything is going well with roon, quite a lot to learn
It is a little on the quiet side through my Yamaha. I was using Asset server before and had tagged my collection at LUFS -18 using dbpoweramp, does that mean when roon plays back though my MusicCast (via AirPlay) it is subtracting another -14 LUFS or is -14 the total target loudness??
Hi @Azazeal ---- Thank you for the updated, very please to hear thing are going well!
In regard to your latest, I believe this Knowledge Base article should be able to provide you with some insight
Roon Knowledge Base: Volume Leveling - Using Loudness Data in REPLAYGAIN tags
Thanks eric, exactly what I was after
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