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Old 29th August 2005, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default which USB to I2S cct for PCM2707?

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I am very close to getting up and running, mirco surgery complete. I would like to ask the following questions, hopefully someone can help ..

I am building for USB to I2S output, but if its easy enough figured I could try the chips d/a converter also.

I figure theres a typo in the cct that has the cap on Vcom, just to confirm that the + end of that cap should go to +3.3V

As far as the internal dac goes, do I need to wire up the volume control part, or just ground the analog gnd pins and take L and R vout via RC ?.

Which has the correct I2S pinout for use with the philips 1541A?. The cct marked 1543, or the other one? I know I need just three wires coming out, but which three?

When is Guido going to make a 12MHz XO ?

thanks,
shane
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