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deskmate88 24th October 2004 04:31 AM

TDA1541A master clock freq, 16MHz ok?
 
Hi, most if not all of the clock freq used in TDA1541A systems is the 11MHz clock. However, is it possible to use a 16MHz master clock in a TDA1541A system?

For example, if one would like to use a SONY CD mechanism instead of a Philips one. Assuming I2S signal is made available, but it is an I2S signal from a 16MHz master clock, not 11MHz clock, can TDA1541A take this in directly?

Thx.

DM:xeye: :xeye: :xeye:

deskmate88 25th October 2004 01:53 PM

Help! I need somebody help ...

pretty please ...... :bawling:

QSerraTico_Tico 25th October 2004 02:46 PM

Confused as a Barking Bird
 
Quote:

Originally posted by deskmate88
Help! I need somebody help ...

pretty please ...... :bawling:

deskmate88,
You must be confused as a barking bird.
Use a 16.9344 MHz clock for the Sony transport and 11.2896 MHz for the Philips.
"I2S' from the Sony is NOT the same as I2S from the Philips.
:att'n:

rfbrw 25th October 2004 07:30 PM

Re: Confused as a Barking Bird
 
Quote:

Originally posted by QSerraTico_Tico

"I2S' from the Sony is NOT the same as I2S from the Philips.
:att'n:

I'd have to disagree with that. I2S is I2S wherever it comes from. When Sony used the TDA1541A in the past it did not magically become a device that accepted the Sony or Sony/BB format.
Back to the original question. Where exactly on the TDA1541A do you plan to connect system clock? The '41A did away with SCK. Only the '41 has a system clock input. FWIW, read the datasheet for the TDA1541. See the references to System clock, SCK and Bitclock, BCK. SCK = BCK or BCKx2. Max BCK = 6MHz.

tube-lover 26th October 2004 11:55 AM

TDA1541A master clock freq, 16MHz ok?
 
dear deskmate88,

pls email to me for the tda1541 & tda1541a data sheet.

hope can help U.

thx

thomas

deskmate88 5th November 2004 05:45 PM

"The '41A did away with SCK."

Hi rfbrw,

This is what confuse me. So if I use a Sony KSS213 transport (16MHz clock), then get an I2S output (e.g by format conversion, but no change in clock speed), I can feed it straight to the TDA1541A, right?

thanks

DM

rfbrw 5th November 2004 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by deskmate88
"The '41A did away with SCK."

Hi rfbrw,

This is what confuse me. So if I use a Sony KSS213 transport (16MHz clock), then get an I2S output (e.g by format conversion, but no change in clock speed), I can feed it straight to the TDA1541A, right?

thanks

DM


Yes. If the data is oversampled it cannot exceed 4x if it is in the I2S format.


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