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Old 19th December 2002, 02:16 PM   #1
takashi is offline takashi
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Default problem of cs8414

dear all

my cs8414 have the following conditions

when playing CDs,
M0-M2 is setted to be IIS compitable
the MCK is output a freq. at about 11.28MHz (44.1K X 256)
SCK is ABOUT 2.8MHz (44.1k x 64)
BUT FSYNC is 88.2KHz (not 44.1k)

but i think the FSYNC is equal to sampling frequency = 44.1k, but now is 2 X Fs....

from the data sheet P.7, it mentions" ...MCK(256Fs), SCK(64Fs), FSYNC(Fs or 2 X Fs)......"

is that means i can set the FSYNC as Fs or 2 X Fs ?

is it normal?
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