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binspaul 29th September 2009 10:24 AM

DAC using CS8416 and CS4398
 
Hi,

I am planning to build a DAC using the following chips: CS8416-CSZ and CS4398-CZZ. The CS8416 will be operating in hardware mode. The DAC should support unbalanced, transformer-coupled RCA input using and optical input using Toslinks. Any suggestions ?

I am planning to develop this as discrete felxible units so that I will be having the flexibility to change a sections easily. The sub-sections I have planned is:

1. Input section - RCA, TOSLINKS and line selectors.
2. Digital section - CS8416 and CS4398
3. Filter section - Solid state / Tubes ?
4. Power supply

Best regards,
Bins Paul.

Kurt von Kubik 29th September 2009 11:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by binspaul (Post 1936894)
Hi,

I am planning to build a DAC using the following chips: CS8416-CSZ and CS4398-CZZ. The CS8416 will be operating in hardware mode. The DAC should support unbalanced, transformer-coupled RCA input using and optical input using Toslinks. Any suggestions ?

I am planning to develop this as discrete felxible units so that I will be having the flexibility to change a sections easily. The sub-sections I have planned is:

1. Input section - RCA, TOSLINKS and line selectors.
2. Digital section - CS8416 and CS4398
3. Filter section - Solid state / Tubes ?
4. Power supply

Best regards,
Bins Paul.

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