Where can I download Onkyo HF Player App for Android in Google Play?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.onkyo.jp.musicplayer


I am unable to output Hi-Res Audio when connecting DAC-HA200/DAC-HA300 to my Android device via USB cable.

Ensure that DAC-HA200/DAC-HA300 is connected to your Android device via OTG (On The Go) cable. Digital connection to DAC-HA200 via standard USB cable is regarded as an AOA (Android Open Accessory) connection. In this case, audio is downsampled to 48 kHz.


My DAC-HA300 is not recognized as a USB-audio-compatible external device when connected to my Android device via OTG (On The Go) cable.

If your Android device lacks power supply capability, it may not recognize external devices correctly. Changing the following setting in your DAC-HA300 device can rectify this error. Ensure that USB CHRG in OTHERS in SETTINGS is set to OFF. Note that this setting disables battery charging via USB.


Sometimes DSD audio playback is interrupted or cuts out. Why is that?

DSD playback puts a high demand on your device’s CPU. To facilitate smooth music delivery, we advise against making adjustments to the app during playback. We also suggest closing any other applications you’re running.


What is the difference between Upsampling On and 48 kHz Mode?

The difference between these two modes is the available frequencies at which standard (44.1 kHz) audio can be sampled. In Upsampling On mode, the sampling rate goes up in integer multiples (e.g. 44.1 kHz is upsampled to 88.2 kHz or 176.4 kHz). In 48 kHz Mode, the sampling rate goes up in integer multiples of 48 (e.g. 44.1 kHz is upsampled to 48 kHz, 96 kHz, or 192 kHz). In both modes, the highest sampling rate supported by the connected audio processing device (such as a DAC) is automatically selected. For example, the Onkyo DAC-1000 is designed to support sampling rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 96 kHz, and 192 kHz via the USB input, so when connected to an Android device running HF Player in Upsampling On mode, audio is output from the Android device at a maximum of 44.1 kHz. However, in 48 kHz Mode, the audio is upsampled and output at 192 kHz.

Note that an OTG(On The Go) cable is required when connecting your Android device to an external DAC.


I purchased the HD Player Pack via the Onkyo HF Player app. Can I transfer this HD Player Pack to Maiden Audio?

Because Maiden Audio and Onkyo HF Player are two different applications with both different designs, it is not possible to link these two versions together.


Can I combine the Maiden Audio Member's EQ with the Onkyo HF Player Featured EQ?

Because Maiden Audio and Onkyo HF Player are two different applications with both different designs, it is not possible to link these two versions together.


I am unable to output Hi-Res Audio when connecting XPA-700 to my Android device via USB cable.

Ensure that XPA-700 is connected to your Android device via OTG (On The Go) cable.