I currently have a rpi that gets audio through wifi streaming to deliver through a DAC hat to an audio amp+speakers.
But the number of operations I have to do to stream audio through wifi (from a windows tablet) is too complicated and with time it crashes.
I want to simplify it, and this could be done by playing the audio through usb in the windows device, and connect that to the usb of the rpi so that it can understand the usb audio input.
Is this feasible?
(update for clarification) What I mean is whether the rpi can be configured to act as a "USB SPEAKER". In other words, that I can connect a Windows10 computer to the rpi through a USB cable (male-male) and that the W10 sees the rpi as a usb speaker, and that the rpi can take that audio and do whatever it wants, such as convert the signal with a DAC and deliver it to an amp+speakers. [W10_usb---USBcable---usb_rpi] (/update)
In other words, what I'd like to do is a rpi-based product like this one http://schiit.com/products which if I understand well, it can accept usb-audio input, transform to analogic, and deliver through RCA or whatever else.
Can it be done with the rpi?