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Old 8th July 2012, 05:59 PM   #31
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seen here is the w.fl smaller, but will fit on the u.fl pads fine (not the other way around)

here they are on my ackodac for the i2s and spdif inputs
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Old 9th July 2012, 02:44 AM   #32
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possibilities for tapping balanced output filters?

if not I second this

looks like a 4 layer board trevor, application notes for DSP chips would be unlikely to cover 2 layer designs, I can see plenty of vias which hints at multilayer

i'm interested too, but mainly digital out as I have the dac side fully sorted with a 2 balanced sabre dacs
2 layer boards have lots of vias for obvious reasons

I've seen an Analog Devices SHARC run on a two layer board with no power and ground plane !!

I only see power planes on the top layer which means that all traces are on the bottom layer or if it is a 4 layer board then traces are sandwiched on the inner layers which is a strange way to do it !!

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Old 9th July 2012, 02:53 AM   #33
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sure yes, ha!

but if its 2 layer and all traces are on the bottom, I guess I can understand why we havent seen a pic of the bottom, it would be shenanigans down there.

just the DSP COULD run 2 layer, but recievers + DSP + MCU + clocks + multichannel dacs and their analogue stages? possible but wow

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Old 9th July 2012, 08:38 AM   #34
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Depending on the price, I may be very very interested
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This looks promising If it will hold up soundqualitywise I'm definitely on.
Do you have any opinion if it will have the ability to rival (or better) the "Minidsp" ?
If it will stand up to the dlcp from Hypex is of cource hard to tell but I am also tired of waiting for that one.
Will the control software be included ?
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I would bloody hope it betters the minidsp, otherwise whats the point? I would think it will, though I dont know what the dac chips are the idea behind it seems better thought through to me. the digital in digital out minidsp thingo looks interesting for the money, but layout seems compromised, along with the i2s connection scheme and it olnly has the one clock, so everything is resampled and I really dont like that.
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Depending on the price, I may be very very interested
Cheers!

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Will the control software be included ?
Yes, full control application included.
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this is all rather exciting really
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Yes, full control application included.
Any more information about it ? Something simular to "Ground sounds"
basic approach http://www.groundsound.com/dcn23.php or something more advanced ?

For my sake it does'nt have to be more advanced, just need a little more
delay due to a pair of "tapped horn" subs.

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this is all rather exciting really
Thanks mate!

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For my sake it does'nt have to be more advanced, just need a little more
delay due to a pair of "tapped horn" subs.
There's a lot of delay available. How much do you need?
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