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Old 27th July 2009, 08:57 AM   #1
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Hi all,

I know (or rather said, I assume) the topic has been beated to death here. I started to read the relevant topics a dozen times but I always bump into 30+ pages of discussion or incomplete shematics and/or discussion about different solutions for different parts of the circuit.

What I would need is a simple NOS USB DAC to complement my Gainclone. For that, I need a complete shematic with values and if important to have some construction notes.

Thanks in advance...
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you can read it all at my website, circuits and pictures are all there

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Thanks for the reply! I checked your site and I found that you used a Tent labs clock and suddenly I remembered, that long time ago I ordered one too. I have a 16.9344MHz, you use 11.2896MHz for the DDDAC 2000.

Would be cool if I could use the clock I already have...any chance for a design utilising this frequency?
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Thanks for the reply! I checked your site and I found that you used a Tent labs clock and suddenly I remembered, that long time ago I ordered one too. I have a 16.9344MHz, you use 11.2896MHz for the DDDAC 2000.

Would be cool if I could use the clock I already have...any chance for a design utilising this frequency?
sorry, that is the 1,5 x Frequency and cannot be used....
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Old 5th August 2009, 04:05 AM   #5
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Banfi,

Contact tentlabs and find out what is required for them to change the freq of your clock - it's not that difficult, and I'm sure they will be only too pleased that you asked.
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