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Old 7th January 2013, 04:06 AM   #411
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8ch of any IV is going to get big and complex, fast.

It's the heat of the NTD1 that is a really big issue for multichannel, ask qusp how he's going with his 4ch of NTD1
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8ch of any IV is going to get big and complex, fast.

It's the heat of the NTD1 that is a really big issue for multichannel, ask qusp how he's going with his 4ch of NTD1
And I'm aiming for 16
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Old 7th January 2013, 04:17 AM   #413
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And I'm aiming for 16
Sounds fun!

I have thought long about trying to build a multichannel active system with 4 way fronts, 3 way centre, 2 way rear all active. Trust me, its not a way to save money but would be fun!!
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Old 7th January 2013, 04:19 AM   #414
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If i DIY it in $15K what a processor would cost i can build it all myself

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I already have started... both ADAU1445 and ADAU1966 are in the Eagle Parts library
Next is waiting to hear back about the CS497024 samples, meanwhile I'm going to draw up a schematic for the DSP/DAC all on 1 Board
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Old 7th January 2013, 04:38 AM   #415
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With ADAU1966 you don't need any IV
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Old 7th January 2013, 04:54 AM   #416
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And I'm aiming for 16
As good as the ESS is, if going for 16 channels and was diying the design, I would probably just be using 2 x multichannel digital input class D amp, or multichannel voltage output dacs. 16channels of IV is just a pita

just the transistor matching for 16 channels of legato is significant work. also IMO, just stick with opamps, honestly the legato sounds like one =) because it basically is one.
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I follow HiFiDUINO to mod the clk of AmaneroAmanero USB Synchronous Reclocking H i F i D U I N O
The only different is I use 47R instead 220R connecting to the oscillator. No output at the Potato 74 FF. All the wiring are correct and when I connect the CLK pin of 74 to Vcc, Q has output. Seems the swing of the oscillator level is not enough to trigger the 74 FF. Can anyone advise what goes wrong?

I've tried 100R and 1K resistor and got the same result.
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Old 7th January 2013, 05:10 PM   #418
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Is you VCC 3.3V?
According to spec, you need at least 2V in the signals to trigger...
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Old 7th January 2013, 10:01 PM   #419
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VCC is using the 3.3V on Amanero. My scope shows both Bclk and oscillator output only have 1.64V.
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Old 7th January 2013, 10:35 PM   #420
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How can that be? The clocks operate at 3.3V and output should be at least ~ 3.0V. Are you measuring the clocks at the input of CPLD?
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