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In Reply to: RE: works for me! posted by maxim on May 29, 2017 at 16:24:26
I doubt (but do not know) if any other proprietary player software does that, certainly not SONOS, nor to my knowledge, LMS.
Was the QOBUZ player plug-in hard to get in the US? Had to re-register my SONOS system in Europe in order to get the QOBUZ plug-in.
The Extremesd USB Audio Player Pro also provides full Qobuz support including sending the hi-rez repertoire correctly to the DAC. Cost is around 5 gbp/$ or whatever. Unfortunately it is for Android phone/tablet only but it is currently the only way that I can get to hear those Sublime+ test tracks.
As you and Maxim seem to have no bother getting them correctly via both Win and OSX setups I am feeling very frustrated. NB: I also tried the web player and still cannot decode the Sublime+ tracks at intended sample rates. I think that both of you use the French Qobuz players so it may be a problem affecting only the English version.
With Lightning DS, Qobuz seems to come preinstalled and unrestricted: I just had to log in to Qobuz service, entirely straightforward.
I have my own horror story about persuading Sonos to allow me to use Qobuz ...
Just went in and changed the address on my SONOS registration/account to Europe (France) and QOBUZ pops up as an option.
OK, lost the ability to stream Rhapsody, but I don't care. ;-)
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