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Old 30th April 2006, 03:54 AM   #1
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Default Reclocking SPDIF On M-Audio Transit


Does anyone know if it's possible to reclock the SPDIF output from an M-Audio Transit? The Transit has a TAS1020A to convert USB to I2S, which then feeds a AK4584 to convert I2S to SPDIF. I'm thinking of using a 24.576MHz clock input to the XTI/MCKI (pin 21) and DVSS (pin 18) and feeding the SPDIF TTL output (pins 16 and 18) into an X03 to perform the reclocking.

I presume the clock needs to be synchronized to data or word clock, so this may be a fruitless effort.

Also, I noted to that MCKO1 (pin 23) is fed through R27 and then to pin 3 of the TAS. Anyone know what purpose this line serves?

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