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Old 3rd September 2010, 10:51 AM   #1
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Default I2S data seperator as left / right channel

Hi,
I wonder how can i seperate the stereo I2S transfer as left and right channel. What is the easiest way for this? Is there any integrated circuit or a good kit for this reason? I am currently using a nos dac 8XTDA1541A parallel. I want to set 4 TDA1541A stereo dacs for each channel. I think it will be good to prevent crosstalk between left and right channels and improves the sound. Thank you!
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