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Old 21st October 2007, 06:02 AM   #1
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Default About tda1541 non-os bit doubler DAC


Here's a web page about a tda1541 non-oversampling dac.


It's talk about a bit doubler and say:

"basically every audio bit is doubled and effectively this puts the clock at 88Khz and keeps the idea as the chip is not doing any over sampling or error correction".

Anybody do know about that bit doubling or did try it ?


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