Hello.

Audio-streaming is becoming increasingly popular and there are several programs that can stream for example PCM-signals to a soundcard.

Now I have a CD-player with a really good DA-converter that can recieve and play digital PCM-signals from another DVD player through an optical or coaxial cable.

My question is: -How do I make the computer send the PCM-stream straight to the CD-players digital inlet? For instance through the USB outlet straight into a coaxial cable?

Is that possible, mabe some kind of handshake between the machines is needed?

I have been thrugh the SOX manuel papers without finding a solution. Is there a hacker out there that can enlight me on this subject?

Kind Regards / Tommy

asked 15 Sep '10, 14:45

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This is a question of the interfaces the DVD player has. I assume it's external and stand-alone, right? Then does it have any USB or similar interface?

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