First of all: I already sent an e-mail to [email protected] on May 22, but it has remained unanswered so far. Now I try it via forum in the hope that someone can help me here.
Now to my problem: I recently purchased a CAC-1080 adapter to connect my PC to my AV receiver and listen to High-Resolution Audio.
The setup is as follows:
ROG Strix GeForce RTX™ 3090 (Displayport 1.4a) -> CAC-1080 (adapter) -> CAC-1371 (cable) -> Yamaha RX-A2050 (HDMI).
Unfortunately, contrary to what is described on your product page, I only have 48 kHz at 16 bit available.
On your product page
(https://www.club-3d.com/en/detail/2442/displayportt_1.4_to_hdmit_2.0b_hdr_active_adapter/) I could see the following features:
– Audio Stream Handling
– LPCM and compressed audio encoding formats
– Max audio sample rate of 192 Khz x 8 Channel or 768 KHz x 2 Channel
Previously, I connected the HDMI output of the graphics card directly to the AV receiver and was able to use 192 kHz at 24 bit (8 channels). Since I now want to use the HDMI outputs of the graphics card for other devices, I would like to achieve the properties of 192 kHz at 24 bit (8 channels) with the CAC-1080 as well.
I would be happy if the support could help me.
With kind regards