I run PCLinuxOS, the KDE32 Full Version DC-1 is automatic detected as USB2.0 High-Speed True HD Audio Device so no additional drivers are needed. Pulse audio is installed by default so if your looking for a Bit Perfect data stream Pulse must be disabled, Super easy to do in the Config GUI Clementine is the default media player and will also need a config change to get Bit Perfect streaming, look here, www.head-fi.org/t/561961/bit-perfect-audio-from-linux/120 A few other config changes are needed, if you need help just ask.
Custom Built Computer, Linux OS, PCLinuxOS, KDE Desktop, Clementine Media Player, Bit Perfect Server Configuration Emotiva Stealth DC-1 DAC-Headphone Amp, Grado 80i - Sennheiser Momentum V1 OE & HD 650 Headphones Marantz 7701 AV Pre/Processor Adcom GFA 545II and 5400 power amps HSU Research 5.1 system w/2 STF-2 subwoofers SkyHigh 12 gauge OFC speaker, Monster & BlueJean interconnects. Blue Jean Digital USB & Toslink
That sounds like it could be very useful. Now do you think you could do it again in English? What is it that this does?
Transport: Sony UBP-X700 UHD-Blu ray player spdif PC using Musiland Digital Times WASAPI via BNC connection - DAC: DC-1->XLR XPA-1 , RCA->Basx A-100 CD: Denon DCD 600 PCM 61 DAC. RCA Amp: XPA-1 gen 2 using XLR connections. Speakers: Axiom Audio m80 V3, Sennheisser HD700 headphones. two pairs 12 guage each bi-wire speaker cables per monoblock Headphone amp: Basx A-100 (INCREDIBLE VALUE!!)