andyinstal wrote:I am not perceiving a sound problem, I actually hear it because it exists!
mr rusty wrote:My Question. What happens to the audio that is ripped from a CD. If it starts off at 44.1, is it copied bit for bit through the PC, or is it resampled. As you can rip to different formats, does the ripping config not play a part in this? Is it not possible that some systems resample twice during ripping. Say 44.1 to 48 and then resampled to output rate?
I may be talking total rubbish of course. LOL
mr rusty wrote:I would like to add a thought. I am not an audio engineer, but do a bit of home recording. One of the criticisms of some sound cards (creative mainly) is that the cards are locked at 48kHZ internally and therefore have to re-sample if you record at anything other than 48.
The Highlander wrote:But that means resampling a few thousand FLAC-Files!!!
SuzieQ wrote:The Highlander wrote:But that means resampling a few thousand FLAC-Files!!!
I would think very hard about this idea. Why would one want to resample the entire music collection only that you can cater to one product? Just think about it; Roku may decide to introduce, in the future, a product that does do 44.1 kHz. Would you then resample your collection again?
andyinstal wrote:I do not think that Roku is taking this problem seriously...Rokumike with his comment in another thread.
mraneri wrote:After much silence from Roku about the issue, they have released a beta with ITunes 7 support... Hopefully, they're silently working on this one too.