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Lil Knight 15th February 2013 03:39 PM

Any good dual mono PCM1794 design out there?
 
Just wondering if there is any good design of the pcm1794 out there, besides the COD from TPA? I am looking for something with i2s input, low noise regulators, preferably dual mono pcm1794 and pads for external balanced IV stage. I vaguely remember a site from Japan with some nices designs but I have a memory like a sieve, so would appreciate if someone reminds me of that site. :)

Cheers.

amc184 16th February 2013 04:42 AM

You're probably thinking of easy audio kit.

dhbiker 16th February 2013 06:52 AM

maybe this ? DDDAC 1794 NOS DAC - Non Oversampling DAC with PCM1794 - no digital filter - modular design DIY DAC for high resolution audio 192/24 192kHz 24bit

Lil Knight 16th February 2013 07:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by amc184 (Post 3371875)
You're probably thinking of easy audio kit.

Thanks, that's the one. Been looking at their PCM1794 design for a while but lost the bookmark.

The DDDAC is interesting but the design is too 'closed'. I'm only looking for a DAC board that has options to use my own IV stage.

IanS1 20th February 2013 12:28 PM

I'm a novice at this DIY stuff, especially DAC's so would appreciate hearing why the DDDAC is 'Closed', in what way? With regards to the I/V stage I've seen a couple of posts about using tube output stages, Transformers or Capacitors with the DDDAC.

Ken Newton 20th February 2013 01:41 PM

Here, perhaps, is another vendor with an interesting diy DAC to consider - see the FDA-1B for their PCM1794A based DAC board. However, I've no experience with them or their products.

http://www.fetaudio.com/store

Blitz 8th April 2013 08:11 AM

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