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Bit Depth and Sample Rate Resolution

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Last updated: 04 Nov, 2013
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Posted: 04 Nov, 2013
by LaBollita J.
Updated: 04 Nov, 2013
by LaBollita J.

Updated: 11/4/2013
Category: Mirage Media Server
Products: Mirage Media Servers MMS-2, MMS-2A, MMS-5, MMS-5A 

The Source Settings tab allows you to configure audio settings and system outputs on the MMS.

The Connections section allows you to enable or disable each output, rename them, configure

maximum sampling rate and bit depth (digital outputs only) and set each to variable or fixed

gain output for pass-through control of volume, mute and zone power on the amp from the

MMS OSD and web interface.

You can set the bit depth and sample rate of the digital audio outputs to values from 16-bit/44

kHz, all the way up to 24-bit/192 kHz on the MMS·5A and 24-bit/96kHz on the MMS·2.

You should set this value to the highest setting that your amplifier or AV receiver can support. If

you’re unsure of the highest supported bit depth and sample rate on your equipment, the MMS

will play a sample sound in each speaker whenever you change this setting. If you hear the test

tone, your amplifier supports that setting. If you do not hear a test tone, lower this setting until

you can hear the test signal.

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