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Old 24th January 2007, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default Simple spdif delay?

Hi!

What would the absolutley simplest way to introduce a delay on the spdif signal between my drive and D/A. I want to time align my main speakers which is about 4 meters in front of my my subwoofers. Drive is feeding 2 D/A, one for subs, one for main.

DIY of cource but if you know of a commercial product it would be interesting also!

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TPA5052 plus an S/PDIF receiver and transmitter.. you might do without the transmitter if you set the format to 32Fs bitclock mode and will clock in the incomming S/PDIF data using the recovered 64Fs bitclock..
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