No one here can answer your question. You'll have to patient and use something other than Async USB until a driver appears.
Edited by wmcclain - 1/6/13 at 7:38am
On Ethernet, its still seen as a file that is transferred from the user to the Oppo. Once decoded into audio data, the low jitter clock of the Sabre dacs comes into play to convert the audio into analog with very low jitter.
I see its already been answered by several posters so sorry for the duplication ...
Steve ... i stand corrected and you are correct. Then i can't explain the jitter measurements done on the BDP-105 by HiFi News UK that showed increased jitter via its digital spdif interface than CD/DVD/BD. Ofcourse, all these numbers are relative, so a large number might not bad at all in an object sense.
BDP-105EU Review.pdf 3,749k .pdf file
Jeff ....very Interesting indeed. Thanks for your contribution!