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Old 8th May 2006, 03:17 PM   #1
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Hello, I want to parallel 8x TDA1543 to make a dac, do you know how to match the TDA1543?
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why would you want to match them ?

and if so, on what specification do you want them to match ?

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PS: the latest fashion is 12 to 60 chips parallel checked my site ?

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Thanks dddac, would you tell me how to set the "Vref" voltage? to keep the voltage between 2.1 V~ 2.3V is ok ? what is the different?
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Thanks dddac, would you tell me how to set the "Vref" voltage? to keep the voltage between 2.1 V~ 2.3V is ok ? what is the different?
This is always part for confusion I am afraid...

PIN 7 is the Vref pin of the TDA1543v and supplies, depending on the temperature of the chip, a voltage between 2.1 and 2.3 Volt. That is a given.... internal REF voltage ...

Depending on the resistor you connect between pin 7 and GND, you will create a certain bias current, which on its turn, causes a Bias Voltage drop over the load resitors on PIN 6 and PIN 8...

This voltage (on pin 6 and 8) can be "set" or "adjusted" by trimming or tweaking the resistor at PIN 7 ...

hope this is clear ???


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