Ripping CDs with JRiver vs. Bluesound Vault 2i

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    Hi Thomas

    Keep in mind the comments I made on your post here; https://support1.bluesound.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360037182673

    The Bluesound VAULT will do a bit for bit slow transfer with no upsample or downsample. CDs are ripped at their native 16/44.1 resolution as there truly is nothing to gain by upsampling.

    With a VAULT on your network, once a CD is ripped, slowly for accuracy, it will auto-magically appear in the BluOS App available to play on either the VAULT or C368 in either room.

     

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    Thomas Gülden

    One thing, I want to add: I discovered that some of my music files, which I ripped with JRiver from CD, habe occasionally some high, short „click“ tones, which were not audible before, when I listened with my older Yamaha Receiver via Airplay.

    I rip now my CDs with the lowest compression rate of the FLAC encoder used by JRiver.

    Would this problem go away with the Vault 2i ?

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    Hi Thomas

    Theoretically yes based on what your post here; https://support1.bluesound.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360037182673

     

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