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Old 22nd March 2015, 05:29 PM   #1
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This chip is exemplified TAS5142. They gave him 200 watts. I mean, that can develop this power. Power is also good, not as squats loaded 32v! The problem is that DMI controller may not submit sufficient signal to develop this power. This is domapno cinema Samsung. To audible clipping not be reached even then, the harsher weak signal.
How to up the average in the rest digital part can not be adjusted. Everything is integrated in the processor. It is written in the software itself.
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