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DSF Audio File

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File Type: DSD 1-bit audio file

Developer: SONY

Category: Audio Files

File Format Description: DSF audio file contains audio stream (1-bit sigma delta modulation). Provide multichannel capability and meta tags id3 type (song, tracks, album names, picture, performer, ...). Supported sample rates: 2.8 (CD's 44100 Hz x 64 = DSD64), 5.6 (DSD128), 11.2 (DSD256), 22.5 (DSD512) MHz.

Program(s) that open .DSF files

Audio players:

1. Foobar2000 (with sacd input plugin)

2. Audirvana

3. Amarra

4. JRiver

 

Audio format converters:

1. AuI ConverteR 48x44 (Audiophil-E, PROduce-R, PROduce-RD) - stereo and multichannel Windows and Mac OS X

2. Foobar2000 (with sacd_input plugin) - Windows

3. Wess Saracon - Windows and Mac OS X

4. Audiogate - on Windows and Mac OS X

 

Meta tag editors:

1. AuI ConverteR 48x44 (FREE, PROduce-R, PROduce-RD) - text and pictures Windows and Mac OS X

2. Foobar2000 (with sacd_input plugin) - Windows


HD audio converter for DSF file format AuI ConverteR 48x44
(full DSF support in version PROduce-RD)
adjust sample rate and gain, converter DSF to/from WAV, FLAC, AIFF, DSF...
converter input DFF, ISO
(high-resolution audio 1-bit)
 


File Extension DSF

 


 

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