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Old 5th February 2008, 12:59 PM   #1
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Default CS8412 / CS8414 supplier

Does anyone know where it is possible to buy either CS8412 or preferably CS8414 S/PDIF receiver IC's. UK/Europe.

The only UK supplier I can find is Farnell for CS8416, which is overkill for my needs and I've had trouble getting them to work in the past.
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Old 7th February 2008, 10:24 AM   #2
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If you don't mind SMD chips try http://www.futurlec.com

they ship from thailand and are usually pretty reliable. I ordered a cs8412 from them recently, but would have picked up the 8414 instead if i'd realized it was a smd package.
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Old 7th February 2008, 10:47 AM   #3
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I think I've managed to find some from Italy, I was trying to avoid going outside of Europe if possible.

It's amazing how much more expensive the CS8412 is compared to the 14/16 now.
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I think I've managed to find some from Italy, I was trying to avoid going outside of Europe if possible.

It's amazing how much more expensive the CS8412 is compared to the 14/16 now.
Unfortunately that is what happens to discontinued parts when there is still some demand for them. Another thing to watch out for is counterfeit parts which turn up quite frequently in reputable disty channels once a part is a discon.
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What is the trouble with the 8416? I may be able to help.
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I'm checking with a couple of possible sources for CS8414 chips. One of them is definitely a broker; I've purchased through them before, and got burnt once by counterfeits from China. They do claim to have some from a source in the US. The other place appears to have stock in the US, and pricing might be under $10 per chip. And they're close enough to me that I could conceivably drive there in a day to kick up a fuss if the deal goes bad and I didn't mind spending $250 in gas and ferry fares.

Anyway, if one of these sources works out, how interested would anyone be in getting some of these?
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