[QUOTE=troy512;2140338]did you make audio cd’s or data cd’s?
do you have the original manual which came with the dvd player?
here is what 13 other Panasonic DVD-S27 user had to say:
did you find a media player [other than adobe] to play the 24bit/48000 files?[/QUOTE]
You can actually see the manual here:
EDIT - OK I’ve read the DVD player won’t play “DVD-Audio”, but it will play “DVD-Video”.
So as the info says:
Video DAC: 54 MHz/10-bit
Audio DAC: 192 kHz/24-bit
Will that allow me to play 24bit/48000 DVD-Video ? (just the audio burned to a DVD ?)
Yep, Audio CD’s made from FLACS and WAVE have always played fine, no problems.
I just tried burning a “data CD” for the first time ever, I loaded a couple of 16bit/44.1 FLAC files off my hard drive and burned to a CD-R with Nero using “make data CD”.
When I pressed play on my CD/DVD player it said “noPLAY” (but it works in my computer in the drive I burned it with).
About the link you provided, I know the Panasonic DVD-S27 is not a top of the range player, but the fact is (unless I’m wrong) is that it is supposed to be able to play 24bit/48 audio DVD’s ? (please correct me if I’m wrong, I’m sure you understand more about the machine info than I do !)
I should add that I’m having the exact same problem with a better player “Panasonic SA-HT880W” player.
I’m not sure if this is of any significance to this problem, but the following might tell you something… ?
As I already posted and said previously, when I try to play 24bit/48000 files (which are on my hard drive) with Nero Media Player on my computer it says “can’t open output audio device!”.
If I try to open the 24bit/48000 files with GoldWave it says “Could not read audio data”.
(However if I open the 24bit/48000 files with Adobe Audition 1.5 they play fine - maybe Adobe Audition is automatically opening them as 16bit when it does this ?).
But I have found that once I had burned a DVD using the 24/48 files on my hard drive using Nero “make data DVD”, I then put the DVD into the drive I burned it in and tried to play it.
It seemed to read the disc properly, as the flacs I burned appear on the disc, but when I try to open them off the disc (for example with Nero Media Player), I get the exact same message as when I try to open them off my hard drive eg. “can’t open output audio device!”.
Could this mean my computer doesn’t have a 24bit sound card ?
And would this mean it can’t burn the files correctly to DVD, which is why it’s not working in my DVD player ?
I don’t know how to check the details on my soundcard, but I’ll try ?