Very cool... will give the Jriver player a shot.
Seeing KS available in Foobar was a pleasant surprise - I'm running Windows 7 Pro and my prior attempts to get either ASIO or KS modes working weren't successful - but that was SPDIF of course - and USB works differently.
On the upsampling, I'm biased towards having digital playback configured for NOS (Non-oversampling) -
at least ever since I first heard the relatively inexpensive VALAB NOS unit (based on the early Philips chips) And I'm now using the better quality Metrum Acoustics NOS unit.
Still, I've experimented with Foobar's DSP upsampling modes and they seem to work well.
Definitely worth trying out the highly rated Jriver player.
I changed the firmware over to #10 a few days ago - went well just as in the video (as posted in this thread about a week ago).
Does anyone know of a way to configure *streaming media* - like MOG, Pandora, Spotify, etc. to be output via KS, Asio, or Wasapi modes?
I'm pretty sure that the streaming media arrives at the computer in the native 44.1Khz - but then it's converted to the Windows 48Khz. I've experimented with a few streaming rippers and the files themselves are 44.1Khz (Pandora files, for examples are 44.1Khz streamed @ 192 kbps).
Seems like there should be a way to stream radio - without the 48Khz conversion. I did see a post about using "Fidelify" to allow bit-perfect streaming with Spotify. Might try to revisit that.