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Old 16th July 2012, 12:53 AM   #1
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Default DIY work, CS8416 + WM8740 x2, Balance + single-ended

Hello,

This is my recent works, CS8416+WM8740 x2, 24bit 192kHz DAC. I think it is a full play to the chip characteristics of the DAC.

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S/PDIF 4:1 input, 3:1 output
Coaxial input x2,
Optical input x1,
I2S input x1,
Coaxial output x1

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2-Order Lowpass, Sallen Key
Passband Frequency: 96 kHz
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Old 19th July 2012, 10:21 AM   #2
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Looks like a neat design. Do you have any further details on this? Schematics, info on parts used?
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Old 20th July 2012, 06:48 AM   #3
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Hi change the CS8416 for a WM8805 and it will be a better device.
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Old 22nd July 2012, 04:42 PM   #4
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Looks like a neat design. Do you have any further details on this? Schematics, info on parts used?
ADD17, it has four digital inputs, two coaxial input, one optical input, and one I2S input.

Be selected through the key switch S1.

In addition, it has an S / PDIF output, selected from the optical or coaxial by key switch S2.

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Hi change the CS8416 for a WM8805 and it will be a better device.
DAC with WM8805 S/PDIF receiver will be my next project.
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Hi change the CS8416 for a WM8805 and it will be a better device.
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and Sallen-Key to MFB. SK doesn't work on high frequencies.
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and Sallen-Key to MFB. SK doesn't work on high frequencies.
Sallen-Key to MFB ?? Where is MFB?
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Any possibility for software mode to select filters?
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