Would you expect a manufacturer to admit not to support native DSD in
public when being confronted with it??
I think the manual clearly states what Chord supports . And that's DOP.

Which is not a bad thing! I just requires double the bandwidth and
additional PCM->DSD processing.

I havn't tested it myself though on pcP 3.5. 
You should be able  - even with the DSD binary in place - to just use
"-D" without further options.

Let us know if it works.

If not - I might hook up my Audiophonics Sabre 9028 HAT, which supports
DOP, to see what's going on.



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