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Old 18th October 2010, 01:25 PM   #201
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Thomo,

I'd actually like to get a board going to run i2s into my 7220P/B and on to the TDA1541A. It would be interesting to compare. Alternatively, I'd like a board to implement PD100 oversampling. I have been reading that the real problems with oversampling are implementation and power supply/ clocking/ re-clocking related, and people have mostly reported good things when re-incorporating OS into their NOS TDAs.

Could you help?
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Old 18th October 2010, 01:39 PM   #202
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Also have a look at Doede Douma's I2s to SPDIF converter. It uses a Tent Clock (DDDAC 2000)
Thanks for the advice. I own one of these and will use it for this particular project, since it needs I2S. For another project, an AD1865 DAC I'm looking for a good and affordable and Linux accepted converter. I know that Doedes one can be switched to SPDIF, but it is not really made for (wiring, outputtransformer..). So the question remains, what the advantage of the newer one is over the older one, if used for a NON OS DAC. Better parts, better sound??? If not, I'd rather spend the extra 20 bucks for better caps somewhere in the system.

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Oliver,

are you happy with the Teralink 2? Thinking of buying one of the two versions, but don't know which one so far I should take. The advantage of X2over the X version is??

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Hi Ernst,

you clould look at the Teradak hompage here.
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Old 18th October 2010, 03:36 PM   #204
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Steady on there, LOL!

You wouldn't say that if you saw it, it's a two box machine now.

Besides, I like the oversampling, it suits my system and tastes. It took a dedicated PSU for the digital filter chip with a superb low-noise regulator to really make it sing though.

I am struggling to get the DEM reclocking to sync up sometimes though. I get masses of distortion which usually goes away within a few seconds, but sometimes it just won't lock

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Edit: Some nice work going on here guys.
Hi Lee,

Would be nice to see a pic of your 2 box monster

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Old 18th October 2010, 04:09 PM   #205
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you clould look at the Teradak hompage here.
Thanks Oliver! No Linux support for both. So nothing for me
So I have to stick to 2707 still.

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Thanks Oliver! No Linux support for both. So nothing for me
So I have to stick to 2707 still.

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You should think about a Mac solution
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USB out of Linux rt kernes does sound soooooooooooooooooo gggoooooooooooood, I don't need anything else, as long there is at least one good USB solution existing.

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You should think about a Mac solution
Only 5% os Mac users really need it, the rest just want a trendy computer costing the double of a PC (which, BTW, can run MacOS too, if that is what they want)

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Only 5% os Mac users really need it, the rest just want a trendy computer costing the double of a PC (which, BTW, can run MacOS too, if that is what they want)

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I'm reluctant to get into this, but that is nonsense Regi. Everybody who spends any amount of time on their computer, should get a mac. Worth every last penny.
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Old 19th October 2010, 12:23 AM   #210
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Oliver, are you interested in experimenting with oversampling, done properly?

Those who do it right speak VERY highly of it:

Is the SAA7220P/B really that bad ?
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