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Old 31st July 2012, 10:25 AM   #61
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New Production want to buy List :

guglielmope x1 - I2S - Italy (with galvanic isolation and external oscillators)
korben69 x1 - I2S - France
Ryssen - x1 - Spdif - Sweden (external oscillators)

And I wonder,on the DC jack is the possitive in the middle?
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Old 31st July 2012, 11:21 AM   #62
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center pin is almost always positive

guglielmope x1 - I2S - Italy (with galvanic isolation and external oscillators)
korben69 x1 - I2S - France
Ryssen - x1 - Spdif - Sweden (external oscillators)
qusp x 1 I2S - Australia (with external oscillators)
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Old 31st July 2012, 01:37 PM   #63
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Hi JarekC,
Can i confirm that the usb to i2s converter works with Linux ?
The ADUM usb isolator also works with Linux ?
what the cost for both units and postage to malaysia?
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Old 31st July 2012, 02:32 PM   #64
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Hi JarekC,
Can i confirm that the usb to i2s converter works with Linux ?
The ADUM usb isolator also works with Linux ?
what the cost for both units and postage to malaysia?
thanks
kp93300
Hi,

AD1. Converter works with LINUX.
It uses native driver for UAB Audio Class 1.0

AD2.
I have not tested this, but should be OK.
ADUM is transparent for USB signals.

AD3.
Shipping to any country is about 6$

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Old 1st August 2012, 12:56 AM   #65
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I am asking for more info on these 2 items
I quote
Options cost:
-external oscillators + (additional parts) 25$
-galvanic isolation module 18$
Unquote

Do you mean external oscillators with extrapower supply and the clock signal piped to the board via a wire? I have the Kwak clock and can i use this .? What clock frequencies works with the usb to i2s board ? I have a few oscillators left over from a previous project.

Is the galvanic isolation module equivalent to the digital pulse transformer for spdif output ?

thanks

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Old 1st August 2012, 07:25 AM   #66
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I am asking for more info on these 2 items
I quote
Options cost:
-external oscillators + (additional parts) 25$
-galvanic isolation module 18$
Unquote

Do you mean external oscillators with extrapower supply and the clock signal piped to the board via a wire? I have the Kwak clock and can i use this .? What clock frequencies works with the usb to i2s board ? I have a few oscillators left over from a previous project.

Is the galvanic isolation module equivalent to the digital pulse transformer for spdif output ?

thanks

kp93300
guglielmope x1 - I2S - Italy (with galvanic isolation and external oscillators)
korben69 x1 - I2S - France
Ryssen - x1 - Spdif - Sweden (external oscillators)
qusp x 1 I2S - Australia (with external oscillators)

Ad1.
No.
Oscillators (22.5792MHz & 24.5760MHz) + Multiplexer LCX157 + LDO +RC parts are mounted on PCB.
If you would like use Kwak clock you need 2 frequencies 22,5792MHZ and 24,5760MHz. Signals levels are 3.3V.

Ad2.
No.
Digital pulse transformer make isolation on SPDIF side.
Module (ADUM3160) make isolation on USB side.

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Old 1st August 2012, 08:06 AM   #67
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Hello JarekC,

As indicated If possible I confirm what I'm looking for:

guglielmope x1 - I2S - Italy (with galvanic isolation and external oscillators)

the same solution I can see in many posts of this thread.

Have a nice day.
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Old 1st August 2012, 03:31 PM   #68
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Hi,

guglielmope x1 - I2S - Italy (with galvanic isolation and external oscillators)
korben69 x1 - I2S - France
Ryssen - x1 - Spdif - Sweden (external oscillators)
qusp x 1 I2S - Australia (with external oscillators)
SPWONG x1 - I2S - Hong Kong (with galvanic isolation and external oscillators)

Thanks for your works!
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Old 1st August 2012, 03:44 PM   #69
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