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Mark Hathaway 9th January 2005 12:37 PM

m-audio "transit" usb 24/96 dac and digital i/o
 
Hello everyone,

the M-audio transit, http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_u...it-main-1.html is a 24/96khz adc. dac and digital i/o box

Has anyone got one they can take an internal picture of? I'm hoping it is not one FPGA, etc, so I can tap into the i2s data lines.


It would make a great 24/96 reciever for a dac, (and tx for a adc) if one could tap into the i2s lines. here's hoping


Regards,
Mark Hathaway

Sheldon 9th January 2005 04:57 PM

I have one, but no camera. What would you be looking for? It has 5 IC's.

Other than the line in/out opamps and a voltage reg. they are:

ak4584vq

tas1020a

Sheldon

Mark Hathaway 9th January 2005 05:13 PM

Thank you sheldon
 
You have given me all the info i needed, indeed the transit is perfect for adding to a dac.

The tas1020a is texas instruments usb audio i/o chip. The ak4584 is a dac and adc one chip with spdif i/o.

All one has to do is tap into the i2s between the two chips and they have a usb reciever perfect for replacing the spdif/aes reciever. Beats trying to program the tas1020a from scratch.

Thanks for the help Sheldon,

time to head to ebay,

Mark


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