ASUS laptop (Intel Core i3-6006U CPU @ 2.00GHz ) running Windows 10 Home (21H2); 8 GB RAM.
Connected to a Denon AVR-X3400H via HDMI.
Simply put, DSD over PCM is not working.
Yesterday, I was able to set up Roon two ways: a manual setup to my AVR (using Intel Display Audio) and one using ASIO4ALL v2. Both were set to use DoP, but neither output any audio.
Looking at the matter again tonight, I can get audio output from ASIO4ALL (setting the X3400H as the audio device), but now, weirdly, it outputs audio but converts the DSD128 audio to PCM 352.8 kHz, which is then converted to 176.4 kHz, and converted from 64-bit float to 32 bit.
Somewhat frustratingly, if I try to select my AVR, I get a pop-up telling me the audio device is in use. This did not happen yesterday (and, indeed, when I just tried it again [?!], it reverted to the behaviour I noted yesterday, downsampling to DSD64, but outputting no sound), when I was able to flip between the two outputs, both of which indicated they were using DoP but simply output no sound.
(I also had a track skip ~½-way through, which was a bit weird.)
Anyone have any idea how I can get Roon to output audible DoP? (I should likely note that this issue is with the Iván Fischer recording of Mahler’s Second. While my AVR will do DSD128 directly through a USB connexion, it apparently doesn’t like the fact the fourth and fifth movements are played attaca and refuses to show, let alone play, the final movement.)
Any help would be most gratefully accepted.