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Old 5th August 2011, 01:39 PM   #1
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Unhappy DIY Optical In for Sony MHC-RV22

I was looking for a way on how to make a DIY " Optical In modification " for my Sony MHC-RV22. I have tried to study the schematic, but have too many doubts.

Don't know if I am right, kindly advise whether I can take a Coax Out from a External DVD Player and then solder the same on Digital in on PCM1748 DAC's pin 2 (Audio Data Digital Input). However I dont know Bit Clock Input at Pin 1. whether I have to use some kind of Flip Flop IC (7HC00 something) ? Still how will the MHC RV22 function whether I will hear music without pressing the PLAY button?

I will be highly grateful if someone could please help me in my quest to play digital out WAV files from my Laptop.

Kindly advise
Best regards
Claudio A Fernandes
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