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Old 16th December 2012, 02:41 PM   #1
Renioo is offline Renioo  Poland
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Default CS4397 and PCM1794 compatibility

Hi,

so i Have Lampucera Maxi with CS4397 on DIP Adapter with 1-2 switch for 16/24bit (or either is it for sample rate, dunno). It has in digital path a 24/192 CS upsampler and DIR9001.

Problem is it one day began to make harsh on one channel. It comes out of DAC, not analog (tube) output. It doesnt matter if its Optical/USB so i think it's Dac problem. All voltages of supply are just OK.

On the board it says there can be put CS4397/98, or PCM 1794 for example which I want to try. If the board says I can put one of these, will it work if I would desolder the CS4397 and put PCM1794 instead? I deeply want to try Iout and just another DAC.

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