foobar DSD playback problems with AVR 2018-08-12 15:03:12 Hello everyone,I am sorry if my question is answered somewhere around the forums, but I read a lot about how to setup foobar and still can not manage to do it properly.So my setup is as follows;Windows 10 PC -> foobar-> - HDMI -> Denon X3300 AVR (in Pure Direct)The AVR is suppose to support DSD through HDMI, even though info on that topic is scarce.My foobar SACD settings look like this:https://ibb.co/fiZ9apWhen I try this output setting:https://ibb.co/bHY2vpOr any of the other wasapi or dsd : wasapi settings with the Denon flacs &other files play fine. My AVR info says the sample rate is 192kHz as it should.But when I try to play dsd 64/128 I get these errors and there is no playback and sound:https://ibb.co/cRDP89When I setup the output setting like this (the highlighted option), dsd files are playing:https://ibb.co/hKfhvpBut I get this error at the beginning of every track.https://ibb.co/nEBBo9And also on this setting even lower bitrate FLACs (192kHz) are still being played in 48kHz according to the info on my AVR menus), so something is definitely not right and I should be using some other setting, probably WASAPI).Basically only with the last setting dsd files are playing, but this is using the windows direct stream or something, right? As mentioned above in my receiver setup - general - information - audio - it says the stereo, PCM, 48 kHz, so that can not be fine.Should I aim for direct DSD playback from my AVR? Is it OK for the output to be converted to PCM by foobar? If yes - shouldn't it at least have a higher sample rate, probably the same as the source DSD?Any help would be greatly appreciated.EDIT:OK, I manged to get rid of the annoying FIR error message with the last setting by changing the DSD2PCM to Direct (64fp...). But other than that I still believe DSD file playback is not proper and there is some downsampling happening.