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WM9,24bit,96khz,bit perfect?

273 Views 3 Replies 4 Participants Last post by  Scotty L

Sorry if this has been up many times before, but I have been searching for hours now without finding an answer to my question.

My main question is:

The WM9 specs on new titles like Step into Liqued are:

24-bit 96 kHz multichannel sound card

5.1 surround sound speaker system

Is there any way to send a "bit perfect" 5.1 audio signal through SPDIF to my DD/DTS receiver?

If so, what software, sound card or sound chip (onboard) can manage this task?

If no, is SoundStorm the best solution for a NOT bit perfect conversion or are there better alternatives?

Thanks alot.
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Not unless you have a Pioneer Elite reciever that can decode WM9 Pro.
You can use AC3 Filter to do it. There's long thread on it.
it'll work but he'll lose half the audio information :(

2nd best option is a good sound card with HQ DACs
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