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Only 16 Bit Quality available for USB Headphones

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17 hours ago, Eric Richard said:

I bought BOAT IM 1000D Dolby Atmos USB Headphones. I get only 16 bit audio quality options. Is there any way i can change it to 24bit? quality?

If you have a very good sound system, and I put a good recording to play for you first in 16/44 and then in 24/192, I could bet a good amount of cash you'd have no clue whatsoever as to which one is which. With that headphone of yours, you can only imagine how such task would be literally impossible to accomplish.

 

Do not worry about the numbers. Set it all to 16/44 and leave it.

I bought BOAT IM 1000D Dolby Atmos USB Headphones. I get only 16 bit audio quality options. Is there any way i can change it to 24bit? quality?image.png.4c701936c977535acdf771a62a8d8e3b.pngimage.png.0cb21247e1af47b2a8d7939044147745.pngimage.png.0e11c1da522236cfe6eefcc9cc875606.png

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Not without ripping the DAC out and wiring it up yourself.

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17 hours ago, Eric Richard said:

I bought BOAT IM 1000D Dolby Atmos USB Headphones. I get only 16 bit audio quality options. Is there any way i can change it to 24bit? quality?

If you have a very good sound system, and I put a good recording to play for you first in 16/44 and then in 24/192, I could bet a good amount of cash you'd have no clue whatsoever as to which one is which. With that headphone of yours, you can only imagine how such task would be literally impossible to accomplish.

 

Do not worry about the numbers. Set it all to 16/44 and leave it.

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