Have a problem with Sonore MicroRendu going directrly into the USB of a McIntosh MX160 A/V processor via USB. The MX160 can take a maximum or 192K 24bit files. It does not do DSD.
When I hook up the two up, the MicroRendu identifies the MX160 as a MX2109 and sets the max PCM capabilities at 384K 32bit. It also sets the max DSD capabilities at DSD128. I can override what roon thinks are the PCM capabilities to 192K and 24bit for PCM and this enables the device to work properly for PCM input. But I can’t see in Roon where to force DSD conversion to PCM. It does convert to PCM for DSD128 files so these files play correctly, but can’t seem to force conversion for DSD64 or DSD128 so anything above DSD128 doesn’t play at all.
Finally, Roon provides an ability to re-identify the device an pick a new logo for display when showing the signal chain, but there isn’t one for a McIntosh so can’t change from it showing a McIntosh MC2109.
I have sent a separate email to Sonore but thought I’d post here also as I’d love to know if I can force DSD conversion for all DSD and also request that a McIntosh logo is added to enable it to be re-selected by device identification.
Copying @Jesus_Rodriguez and @support
Thanks for the help!