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setmenu 29th September 2004 04:00 PM

TDA 1545 , a nice sounding dac?
The low power consumption of this chip appeals to me, as I currently use a 1543 based portable dac and would like to make some power savings.

I have done some searches on this chip but could not find very much info, it does not appear to be very popular?
Has anyone one compared the sound of these two chips?

I would be interested in trying one as it seems to be possible to
implement it into a circuit much like the 1543, which means nice
and compact for my needs:D

But before I begin that chore of searching out yet more obsolete
parts, I would be greatful for any views people might have.



rfbrw 30th September 2004 01:18 AM

It is used in the Ack dac and there has been much rejoicing about said dac in the Digital drive of the Audioasylum

setmenu 30th September 2004 11:25 AM

Hi rfbrw
I have read these chips sound similar to the 1541, but not having
heard that chip either it does not mean a whole lot.
So as with most things views will be personal and mixed...

I guess I should just hunt down some 1545s and try them eh?



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