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Hi, i have a question about Mac to AVR connection:

I have an Mac Mini (Late 2012 Core i7 2,6Ghz), i usually use stereo music (with DD ProLogic II or DTS:NEO) and very rarely DTS\DD in standart movie rips or multichannel music.

OS X can transmit in stereo mode only 48000khz with 16 bit, and via optical (it have miniToslink jack output) transmit 96000khz with 24 bit integer or 32 bit float mode, which is better for me?

I use an Marantz NR1604 AVR with Klipsch RB61II fronts, Klipsch RB51II rears, Klispch RC62II fronts and SVS SB-1000 as subwoofer. Also have connected PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 via HDMI's.

Sorry for my bad English.
 

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Hi, i have a question about Mac to AVR connection:

I have an Mac Mini (Late 2012 Core i7 2,6Ghz), i usually use stereo music (with DD ProLogic II or DTS:NEO) and very rarely DTS\DD in standart movie rips or multichannel music.

OS X can transmit in stereo mode only 48000khz with 16 bit, and via optical (it have miniToslink jack output) transmit 96000khz with 24 bit integer or 32 bit float mode, which is better for me?

I use an Marantz NR1604 AVR with Klipsch RB61II fronts, Klipsch RB51II rears, Klispch RC62II fronts and SVS SB-1000 as subwoofer. Also have connected PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 via HDMI's.

Sorry for my bad English.
EDIT: Klipsch RC62II for center.
 
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