A bit unlucky but at least now I know that the tunnel sink doesn't switch the sample rate – after you initiate a server connection, right? So, to be sure, what happens when I start a 48 kHz stream on my client? > But I’m afraid my client could still be sending a resampled 41,1 kHz signal > to the server. > Also, no idea if the 24-bit format is preserved or cut to 16-bit (I play a > lot video tracks in 24-bit).
Your other suggested method via hard coding the PA remote server doesn‘t work for my setup because I want to use a native sound card + usb sound card on the client too. Thanks for your highly appreciated response and sorry for my late answer now! 24.07.2017 22:20 Tanu Kaskinen: > On Sun, 2017-07-23 at 02:59 +0200, Maximilian Böhm wrote: >> Hello, I’m very happy that I finally got PulseAudio’s awesome network >> sink feature set up. Works so far, but the AV receiver on the other >> computer tells me it gets 41,1 kHz whereas my input in the sink from >> my client computer is 48 kHz (movies). >> On both computers, the /etc/pulse/daemon.conf is configured like so: >> >> default-sample-format = s24le >> default-sample-rate = 44100 >> alternate-sample-rate = 48000 >> >> If I set the default sample rate to 48 kHz on the server, the AV >> receiver gets 48 kHz as well. But I’m afraid my client could still be >> sending a resampled 41,1 kHz signal to the server. Also, no idea if >> the 24-bit format is preserved or cut to 16-bit (I play a lot video >> tracks in 24-bit). >> My preferred setup would be one in which the server switches from 48 >> kHz to 41,1 kHz dependent on how it gets input, like a desktop. BTW, >> this works flawlessly over a direct S/PDIF connection from my >> computers to the AV receiver. >> I can’t find any documentation on this. Would appreciate your help. > So you have loaded module-tunnel-sink on the client? The tunnel sink > doesn't currently support switching the rate depending on what > applications play to it. > > Do you use any local sound cards on the client? If not, then you could > set "default-server = server_hostname_or_ip" in /etc/pulse/client.conf. > Then all applications on the client machine will connect directly to > the server machine. The sample rate that the server will then > automatically change depending on the applications. > _______________________________________________ pulseaudio-discuss mailing list email@example.com https://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/pulseaudio-discuss