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Old 14th July 2017, 21:34   #2
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i assume you're asking how you should configure dnas buffer size and type? it is more of a tool to allow the source to stay caught up and not underrun, especially when the source is not local to the dnas.

so, 45secs @ 48kbps looks like about a 270k bytes buffer

the dnas buffering will have little impact on what a listener can/will buffer, because that is a function of the client, just so you know.

in a way, the dnas buffer is the uppermost limit on what a client can get at top speed, but i'm not sure if the dnas is buffering the sends to the listener.
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