I added the following option under Now Playing under settings scroll in player as:
<Artist> - <Title>, <Bit Depth>-bit audio <Bitrate> bitrate
This allows me to instantly see the artist, track, bit rate and whether the particular track is 16-bit or 24-bit audio. This works fine for lossless files. However, for any lossy file <Bit Depth> is always blank. Both MP3 and OGG files are currently in my library showing this. I understand why there is no associated bit depth to show for compressed files. However, the software does output these files in a specific bit depth. Most likely they are being output to 16-bit PCM audio, since neither MP3 nor OGG support PCM conversion to 24-bit output.
This request is to add a new tag that shows the bit depth of the audio we hear. I can then use this new tag and see all bit depth of what I am currently hearing. For example, <Output Bit Depth> that would always show 16 for MP3 and OGG files.