FLAC 32-bit ?
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Can the audio player software Strawberry read 32-bit encoded FLAC container files? considering that it could potentially enable more accurate and faithful sound reproduction, taking into account the advantages of increased audio resolution offered by this format.
I'm no expert, but you'd probably need the rest of your equipment and software (at least until the signal is turned to analog) to support it, and even then it's doubtful there will be any difference (https://www.makeuseof.com/16-bit-vs-24-bit-audio/).