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How open DSF files audio

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DSF is audio file format (.dsf file extension) contained lossless 1-bit audio stream under delta sigma modulation (famous as DSD). It is audiophile high resolution file format for 1-bit DSD DACs.


How open DSF files audio



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How to open DSF files

Open DSF audio files possible with audio players:

1. Foobar2000 (with sacd input plugin)

2. Audirvana

3. Amarra

4. JRiver


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Audio players can playback DSF files as directly to 1-bit DSD DAC or convert inline ("on fly") to PCM and playback at traditional PCM DAC.

Audio conversion PCM to DSD and DSD to PCM has loosing quality anyway.

Alternative way offline (non-realtime) conversion DSF to PCM or PCM to DSF with converter software. Usually offline conversion is not restricted by real-time CPU performance and can use "heavy" precise algorithms.

 

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