I’m a big fan of Audirvana but have run into an issue when playing to an older UPnP device on my network.
My first-generation Naim Mu-so is connected to my network via Wi-Fi. As this is an older device with older wireless technology I am limited to a 2.4 GHz connection. Naim states that the Mu-so can only reliably play files with a maximum sample rate of 48 kHz when using a wireless connection so this means a lot of my high resolution files need to be downsampled in order to play without network or firmware related dropouts.
The issue is that Audirvana stops playback after one track when downsampling from 88.2 kHz to 48 kHz. Track one plays perfectly at 48 kHz but playback never progresses to track two. The UI shows that track two is clearly queued up but no playback occurs.
88.2 kHz files queue and play without issue when downsampling to 44.1 kHz but do not work at 48 kHz.
96 kHz files queue and play without issue when downsampling to 48 kHz but do not work at 44.1 kHz.
Are Audirvana’s developers aware of this issue?