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Old 16th February 2012, 06:59 PM   #5241
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From what I see in datasheet LC78622 is a better chip as entire display system control is ensured by a separate chip, while LC78601 and LC78602 are all in one chips.

An LC78622 implementation for the same CD mechanics:
http://vicol-audio.ro/docs/sanyo_mcd-zx700_sm.pdf

IMHO this could be a better transport, but I will stick to original shiga due cost-wise.

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Maybe we should consider using what-ever chip that is widely available or still in production.
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LC78601 - LCD display
LC78692 - LED display
LC78620 - no system display
LC78622 - no system display

So far we source them as per below:
LC78601RE-8615 SANYO 100PCS N/A QFP $1.50
LC78602RE-8616 SANYO 100PCS N/A QFP-64 $1.50
LC78622NE SANYO 100PCS N/A QFP-64 $1.50

This is to confirm that the project will use LA9242M/LC78601RE cipset exactly like in JVC RC-EZ31
http://vicol-audio.ro/docs/jvc_rc-ez31bb,rc-ez35rb.pdf

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