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DSF Format Audio Files


DSF format audio file is DSD (1-bit sigma delta modulation) audio file.

Developed by SONY.

DSF file format support multichannel audio and metatags (performer, track name, album, picture, ...).

Format specification see here.

Software opening DSF files

Audio players:

1. Amarra

2. Audirvana

3. JRiver

4. Foobar2000 (with sacd input plugin)

Audio format converters:

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

2. Foobar2000 (with sacd_input plugin) - on Windows

3. Wess Saracon - on Windows and Mac OS X

4. Audiogate - on Windows and Mac OS X


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

DSF format audio file




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