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Old 17th February 2015, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default Solution for a HiFi 2.1 system with real-time programmatic control

I'm building an amp, will have a PCB designed for it, and now am looking for a conceptual solution. Possibly based on something like TAS5711 but could be multi-component, that would meet the following requirements:

- I2S stereo input, 24 or 32 bit, at least 44kHz sampling rate

- PEQ with the possibility to control the parameters in real-time from an external MCU. This is for providing, e.g. an adjustable bass boost function and a few other PEQ-based effects

- 2.1 60W to 80W total output

I'd appreciate any suggestions and hints. Thanks!
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