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Old 19th December 2009, 02:06 PM   #1
liuyuer is offline liuyuer  China
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Default possiblity of Denon 2560GL act as an decoder

Hello, I want to modifiy my denon 2560GL to be an external decoder.

I want add an board with optical and coxial SPDIF input and then CS8412 and SM5813, so while working in decode mode, the original SM5841 will be bypass by jumpers.

That is what I plan to do, do anyone have similar experience and any suggestion for this?

following is the reference digram for the oversample filter of my denon 2560gl.
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