Request Linux-Compatibility from the product responsible with this sampel mail!!!
To: firstname.lastname@example.org !!! Let's do it EVERYBODY! This might help!!!
Mr. Info Chiu is product responsable at Galaxy Far East Corp, the producers of the TE8802
TE8802L: Please provide full Linux-Compatibility for asynchronous mode
Mr. Info Chiu
I own a recent DAC that incorporates a TE8802L - Chip as a USB interface.
However, I was unfortunately disappointed, when I wanted to use it, to listen to music from my Linux-based computer. There was a compatiblity issue, and the manufacturor of my DAC could not provide for any suitable drivers. It seems, that they are not yet developped for the TE8802L.
This does not only concern myself. There is a very large computer-audio-using community using Linux-based systems, who would like to connect their DACs in Asynchronous Mode, by Audio Class V2.0. You can easily confirm this by reading in forums where some consumers of hifi-equipments exchange their experiencies.
Other asynchronous interfaces connect to Linux natively and work flawlessly.
This concerns not only computer users, but as well the large community of Linux-based "Logitech Squeezebox Touch" users, who want to use the optimal quality by using the USB port for the asynchronous connection of a USB DAC (with the "Enhanced Digital Output App")
I hope, that you will soon provide asynchronous USB compatibility for Linux, in cooperation with the Linux developer community and the Logitech Squeezebox developers.
I thank you very much in advance for your attention and your efforts in providing a largely compatible USB Audio Class V2.0 interface, and I am looking forward to your answer.
I did it. Let us know it here, when you did it, too! THANKS!!!
Edited by ursdiego - 6/2/12 at 3:44am