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|30th September 2011, 10:22 AM||#1|
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I2C with Squeezeslave - ALSA on Debian Linux
I'm trying to build a SW squeeze based player on a Linux micro board.
The board runs a 2.6 Linux (Debian). I run Squeezeslave with ALSA on it, connecting via WIFI and it plays well over my USB DAC.
I have another DAC (12XTA1534) with direct I2C input and I want to connect the player to is.
I want to be able to pass the sound via the I2C channel to the DAC.
Dose anyone had expirance with Linux I2C ?
Don't know how the player (Squeezeslave) can connect to this device (I2C) ?
Is it over the ALSA driver (some ALSA - I2C ??), is there another way ?
the player has standard connectivity to ALSA, not sure how to connect it to the I2C port ?
also is there different I2C protocol definitions or should any output will be suited to my DAC ?
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