I believe I already did - way back on this thread
andTonyW wrote: ↑Wed Apr 04, 2018 12:17 pmInitial DSD Playback requires the BluOS App for Windows or MacOS. In Settings. Playback, Turn on Enable DSD Playback. Using the Browse button, locate the DSD files on your PC. These will be copied and converted to PCM and available to all Bluesound Players in all Apps once completed. The original DSD files will not be altered...
TonyW wrote: ↑Wed Apr 04, 2018 2:09 pmNot quite DMaltor - we will convert to PCM using the Desktop App on first pass but once converted, the PCM Converted file will play in any BluOS Player from any controller App. This is what most of the industry elsewhere is doing as native DSD is actually a proprietary standard and most DSD playback is reversed engineered this way. It is a digital to digital conversion so has no data loss (which technically even the best analogue to digital conversion can very marginally suffer from).
The benefit of DSD recordings however (and why some still seek them out) is many of them date back prior to 24 bit recordings. At the time PCM was limited to 16 bit while DSD was 20 bit so SACD actually does have more detail than standard CD. As we all know now, more bits allowed for more fluid change in dynamic range.