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Thread: tunefusion question

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    tunefusion question

    In the tunefusion setup, if I am transferring 16/48 FLAC files from my windows PC to the ios Foobar 2000 app (to my iphone), will the music be re-encoded to FLAC 16/48 while transferring? Also, if I am transferring Lame MP3, will the original MP3 be re-encoded to Lame MP3 all over again while transferring. thereby degrading the sound? Is there no way to transfer the files 'as-is' without reencoding?

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    Re: tunefusion question

    Tunefusion has a section (top right) where you can set which formats are copied as 1:1, without transcoding.

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    Re: tunefusion question

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Tunefusion has a section (top right) where you can set which formats are copied as 1:1, without transcoding.
    Ok, thanks. So If I click mp3 in the 1:1, it will over-ride the lossy encoding parameters on the left?

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    Re: tunefusion question

    Yes

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    Re: tunefusion question

    There is a problem while transferring 1:1 DSD files. They are being transferred as m4a

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    Re: tunefusion question

    Below the 1:1 copy section you would have to set the frequency 384KHz

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    Re: tunefusion question

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Below the 1:1 copy section you would have to set the frequency 384KHz
    Thanks

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