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Old 25th February 2005, 07:24 PM   #11
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The 5V limit seems a huge problem of this great IC, because line level can go over 5V. In practise, however, it'll work at 7.5V, high enough to avoid input clipping with line level.
7.5V is maybe too high. Absolute max voltage on any pin is 7V. Even at 5.5V (+/-2.75V), recommended DC max, DS1802 works fine (2.3V RMS input voltage).

In my preamp it works on 6V (+/-3V) without any clipping problem with standard CD/DVD component line out.


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One final question about these chips. Is there a way for it to retain the volume setting in memory or something when I turn it off, or am I stuck leaving it on all the time if I want to keep the volume where I left it?
At power up, volume is min, not mute. Problem?


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The easiest way to keep the volume position is to keep its power supply. As it drains very little current, this is not a problem even with batteries. This is the way I use in my portable amps. Otherwise you'll need a microcontroller, then all the beauty of this button controllable IC is gone.
Don't be so sure! It works with microcontroller nice, too.
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Old 26th February 2005, 08:10 AM   #12
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Yes I know it works with a microcontroller, but the true beauty of this IC is that you don't have to use a uC.
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