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I recommend FLAC Lossless. Excellent tagging support including cover art. Allows storing custom tags in the file. Checksum stored in the file. This allows you to verify if the audio is corrupted. Wide support on Win, OSX, Linux, Android.
Maybe something like this? https://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Beach-Advantage-Digital-Adapter/dp/B0036VO4X4
Have you tried swapping the channels? Just to rule out something outside the phone is making the trouble
That is called clipping, you boosted too much.Instead of boosting the bass you better lower the rest.Gives you more bass too but without the clipping
It is indeed not part of the standard as far as I knowA couple of manufacturers however do seem to support both the 44.1 and the 48 range. An example:http://www.prismsound.com/hifi/products_subs/dac1/dac1_spec.php
WASAPI can be used in push and in pull mode (event style).A couple of asynchronous USB DAC’s had all kind of problems using push mode due to buffer problems in WASAPI.This has been solved by using WASAPI – Event style.The audio device pulls the data from the system.EVENT is probably your best bet. If you configure Foobar right (WASAPI exclusive mode) you will have automatic sample rate switching.Hence the setting in the Win audio panel shouldn't matter as you bypass the...
Inherent to DSD is the high quantization noise. It should be filtered. The standard says filtering at 50 kHz but one might decide to use a lower value.   There are 2 options: The original DSD doesn’t contain information above 22 kHz Foobar decides to limit the conversion to 22Khz   A tool like MusicScope can analyze the DSD Examples can be found here: http://www.thewelltemperedcomputer.com/SW/AudioTools/Spectrum.htm
Have you enabled error correction in iTunes?
What about white? http://www.adam-audio.com/en/multimedia/products/artist-5/descriptionAs they are active speakers, you don't need a poweramp.You can expand it to 2.1: http://www.adam-audio.com/en/multimedia/products/sub7/description
You can try WASAPI It will bypass the windows mixer and provides automatic sample rate switching You can configure this in Perferences > Player http://www.thewelltemperedcomputer.com/SW/Players/MusicBee/MusicBee_audio.htm
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