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Old 30th December 2009, 05:22 PM   #1
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Default Can someone explain me how smart this is?

Dear All,

Exploring the AKM site I saw some interesting application note about a re-clocking circuit for S/PDIF stream.

Imagine this between an Imac and a D/A converter.

However I think I don't really understand the circuit.

What is the sense of recover I2S data and then convert it back to S/PDIF. As far as I see there is no injection of a new Master Clock. I think I don't really get it and therefore I ask for some help and clarification here.

Thank you, and a happy 2010 in advance

With kind regards,
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