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Old 5th February 2003, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default ad1892

do anyone have experiense in using ad1892?
it is a A.SYNC audio reciever, an external osillator is needed to decode the spdif and divided to LRCLK AND BCK.
when i use this chip, i find that my DAC chip can not decode the i2s data from ad1892,
should i pull high/low to all the clk/data output pin of ad1892?
or i need to add external circuit to make the LRCLK, BCK and DATA Sync to the MCK(from oscillator)?

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