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Old 15th October 2003, 03:59 PM   #1
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Is there any 100% compatible transceivers to thisone?
It is inside a DAC and i want to upgrade it.
Any good suggest

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Old 15th October 2003, 04:00 PM   #2
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cs8414 is totally compatible if you have a soic -> dip adapter.

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Old 15th October 2003, 04:09 PM   #3
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What is your intention?

Upgrading sound quality? Then a change of the receiver chip alone won't help. Changing the frontend to a ASRC fed from a local low-jitter clock can improve things as well as reclocking near the DAC chips.

If all you need is 96/24 compatibility, the CS8414 will work as a pin-compatible replacement, and, depending on the application (schematic?), if you're lucky you won't have to modify anything else.
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Old 15th October 2003, 04:20 PM   #4
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8412 and 8414 isn't 100% compatible, the LED's are changed (maybe something else) but otherwise it's similar.

If you mainly have 44.1/16 signals this change to 8414 won't be a big upgrade.
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What is your intention?

Upgrading sound quality? Then a change of the receiver chip alone won't help. Changing the frontend to a ASRC fed from a local low-jitter clock can improve things as well as reclocking near the DAC chips.

If all you need is 96/24 compatibility, the CS8414 will work as a pin-compatible replacement, and, depending on the application (schematic?), if you're lucky you won't have to modify anything else.

My intension is only to replace a CS8412 inside a DAC,but i can not find a 8412 at Crystal Inc only 8414.

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Old 15th October 2003, 05:19 PM   #6
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My intension is only to replace a CS8412 inside a DAC,but i can not find a 8412 at Crystal Inc only 8414.
Which reciever do you have right now?
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Which reciever do you have right now?

I have CS8412 inside a DAC from AudioSynthesis called DSM.
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They main difference between the recievers is that the 8414 can take 96 kSp so if you don't have any 96 kSp material this won't be a great upgrade.
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They main difference between the recievers is that the 8414 can take 96 kSp so if you don't have any 96 kSp material this won't be a great upgrade.

Only reason for this change is i can`t find any CS8412.

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What do you mean manutd, upgrade with the same chip doesn't result anything, if you wanna make difference try give that chip a better power supply and wanna make a little extereme, power your DAC with battery, make a big leap change.
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