In Reply to: How to utilise Tidal MQA effectively posted by ben33 on January 26, 2017 at 21:25:29:
Is there an error in your question? You say:
" I can't stream the MQA via the chromecast but I can't connect the Macbook Air/Ipad "
Should that first "can't" read " can" . The "but etc." following suggests that it should ( if both can'ts are correct then the right word would be "and").
I have no knowledge of Chromecast but Tidal via Chrome per se allows the processing of the first "fold" in MQA to be done in the online player. That does not therefore require an MQA equipped DAC. So with MQA encoded tracks using just the online player you effectively get 24/96 resolution.Which is going to be the majority of what is on offer anyway.
Your question seems, accordingly, to be about connectivity. But you say that " I am using a Google Chromecast Audio, optical line out into the CXA's DAC " So what is the difference that stops you continuing to do this? That is you are telling us that on the one hand you connect by optical and on the other you that can't do this.
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Topic - How to utilise Tidal MQA effectively - ben33 21:25:29 01/26/17 (6)
- RE: How to utilise Tidal MQA effectively - Jeff Starr 15:45:55 01/28/17 (2)
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- RE: How to utilise Tidal MQA effectively - ahendler 08:54:04 01/29/17 (0)
- RE: How to utilise Tidal MQA effectively - PAR 17:55:55 01/27/17 (2)