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Old 13th December 2005, 01:20 AM   #1
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So, what are all the things we can do with a TDA1541A? I'd like to know before building my 1541A project that I'm planning for a year but due to all the tricks I discover, it waits and waits.

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DEM reclocking,
I2S reclocking,
I2S voltage,
NON-OS,

what else?
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a proper power supply, layout, and IV

and clock!!!
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Dragonmaster: i'm on the same point: discover every time more facts about 1541 here. Want to finisch my four 1541's project, its lying around here in boxes for more then a year now.
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You know that there's no one here looking at this, no?

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a proper power supply, layout, and IV
and clock!!!
But that's the base everyone uses.

I also remember about having a stable 10v difference between -15 and 5v.

I search more about the things you can do on the digital side.
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Clock Divider to 1541
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