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Thierryj 5th December 2012 04:35 PM

Amplifier with S/PDIF input
 
Hi Cristi
I am a happy user of your splendid Class T modules.
Now, to make a step further in fidelity and neutrality, I would like to avoid the DAC and use a direct PCM-PWM conversion amplifier (or a Power-DAC in other words)

Do you have such a product in your road-map ?
(Some finished products already exist like the NuForce DDA-100)

Thierryj 4th April 2013 07:17 PM

Hi Cristi

Any answer ?

gazza49 6th April 2013 09:39 AM

Yes something that could connect to the minidsp nanodigi.

Thierryj 6th April 2013 10:01 AM

. . . or to the IS channels of a tweaked DCX2496

Cristi 6th April 2013 03:53 PM

Hi Thierry,
just saw the message today, don;t know why so late.
I started to work at a DAC project about one year ago based on CM6631A but i let it loose due to lack of essential informations from the manufacturer, which, like most of taiwaneese IC manufacturers hide the datasheets and application notes from public like they are making missile guiding systems. perhaps they have good reasons to hide and share only with preferential, verified customers, since some of them are making some IC's which are just ripp-offs of popular brands such as TI, AD, and many others.
Otherwise will use some cheaper, more simple and less performant sollution.

Thierryj 6th April 2013 08:00 PM

Hi Cristi,
I am speaking of a power-DAC directly connected to the speakers and in the range of 80W RMS.
Is this what you are planning to do ? (. . . and when ?)


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