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Old 5th July 2005, 07:03 PM   #1
macsaif is offline macsaif  Slovakia
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I need a help with CS8416. I use it in HW mode:
- 256xFs
- Deemph. enabled
- I2S mode.

I connect it to Philips CD player, but no signal on the output of the CS4397 DAC.
I measured the following signals:
MCLK - 11,28 MHz - I think it is OK
SCLK - 2,xxx MHz - I think it is OK
LRCLK - 88,1kHz - I think it is wrong. It should be only 44,1(44,1k*256=11,2896M).


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