A previous version included support for 705 and 768 kHz wav files as generated by PGGB but this was withdrawn. At the time that it was withdrawn Innuos said that they would look to reintroduce it, possibly as a user selected option within the app. Please can the 705 and 768kHz wav file functionality be reintroduced.
Innuos Sense can´t play DXD 32 bits Floating Point files. When you try do play it a noise is reproduced. This kind of files can be found in trptk.com.
P.S. If you boot Innuos as a Roon Server, you can play this kind of files
We have finalised our initial testing so we can support WAV files better, especially 32bit with floating point encoding. This is now planned for versions 2.5.0.
We'll look into this. Currently the player does not indeed support floating point encoded files. You can use the likes of Foobar to convert to a normal PCM WAV or FLAC and that should play fine.
I bought a DXD album at nativedsd.com. These are 24 bits , 352.8 kHz flac files. My DAC a RME ADI2 DAC fs says it is connected with the Innuos in the right resolution. You can see the file playing in the playbar of the Innuos, but no sound. After 30 secs you see the file stops and tries to start the filea second time. The Innuos is partly frozen after this. I converted to wav, no result. When I tell the Innuos (mk3 mini) to limit the sampling rate to 96 kHz the files play just fine.