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Old 31st January 2004, 09:54 PM   #1
Lyra is offline Lyra  Norway
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Default I2S approach....newer DAC's

Is it possible to use for instance PCM1730E directly connected to a CDM unit to obtain the easiest possible connection to a good DAC ?

Allmost all of You is talking about the TDA1543 when direct connection between I2S capable drives, and DAC's are in question. Isn't there any other DAC's that could bee used in similar ways ??

This PCM1730E should be a rather good DAC's as far as I can see, but I am not an expert regarding this.

If this is possible....what would be the right "Audio Data Format" ?

Have anybody tried/ listen to this DAC ?

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