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Old 16th June 2004, 02:54 PM   #1
ptraj is offline ptraj  Poland
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Default Strange behaviour of DIR1703

I have a problem with DIR1703 (as I think). I have built a TDAA with reciever mentioned above and a processor TAS3001. Each time i turn on the whole system different things apears at the output. Sometime it is loud noise, sometimes it is quiet noise, and sometimes signal is just as it should to be (quite nice sound). Usually it starts to work right after a random number of reset aplied to DIR1703.
What is the reason of such a behaviour? Can anyone help me?
Whole system has one digital ground and the DIR1703 has a single supply. I don't believe that it could be the reason.

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