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Old 13th January 2013, 02:05 PM   #61
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but it could be said to be as much our fault as Diyers using the amanero in a way not initially intended. the clocks are too slow for sync mode at MAX speed, but for async they are fine and that was the way it was designed to work really.
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Old 13th January 2013, 02:09 PM   #62
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questions about this board:

1) Price is $25 fully populated or not?
2) is it based on the tweak found on GLT's blog?
3) is the design made with potato FF?
4) can we have a schematic?
5) is this thing necessary if using Ian's FIFO/Reclocker?

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Old 13th January 2013, 02:14 PM   #63
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questions about this board:

1) Price is $25 fully populated or not?
2) is it based on the tweak found on GLT's blog?
3) is the design made with potato FF?
4) can we have a schematic?
5) is this thing necessary if using Ian's FIFO/Reclocker?

kind regards.
1) No, as mentioned in the first post
2) No, GLT did not invent the i2s isolator/reclocker... and this is a better rendition anyway i'm sure he would agree. particularly if using Potato chips, which are too fast for no ground plane IMO. this is how glt would like to have done it im sure
3) if you choose yes
4) pass (that being said, its not a trade secret, its pretty obvious from looking at the board, so I would think yes it will be available. hope i'm not talking out of school there)
5) No it isnt*

* it does add convenient isolation on the USB and has u.fl outputs, so its a neat solution anyway and will make it flexible to use with other boards in the future, which is why i'm grabbing one. you could then perhaps skip the isolator on the fifo if you want, or leave it for double isolation

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Old 13th January 2013, 02:16 PM   #64
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Folks,

This is the new GB for the basic Amanero Isolator/Reclocker board. Preview as shown. More updates to come. Supplied as bare board only. Price is USD25 + shipping (tba). Possibly a min, 20 units before it goes for fab. BOM and schematics for subscribers. Add your ID, Dest and qty require as indicated. I have got the ball rolling
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Old 13th January 2013, 02:20 PM   #65
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thanks for response dynamic duo from down under.

I'll add myself to group buy.
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Old 13th January 2013, 02:22 PM   #66
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Old 13th January 2013, 02:25 PM   #67
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thanks for response dynamic duo from down under.

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Old 13th January 2013, 02:42 PM   #68
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Maybe I did not explain well. It is better to make two questions

Amanero clocks are not valid for reclock 352 and 384 Khz. Right?

Could be used clocks 80 or 100Mhz (exact) for ReClock?

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Old 13th January 2013, 02:57 PM   #69
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Old 13th January 2013, 03:08 PM   #70
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Maybe I did not explain well. It is better to make two questions
yes, questions are always better than misunderstandings

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Amanero clocks are not valid for reclock 352 and 384 Khz. Right?
correct, Amanero clocks are too slow to be used as master clock synchronously at 352/384, but they were never designed to be used that way really

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Could be used clocks 80 or 100Mhz (exact) for ReClock?

yes

* technically 80MHz is too slow for 352/384 with oversampling filter on, but it probably will work, if it works on your 80MHz BII without the reclocker, it will work better with it.

it has been found that some early 80MHz versions of the BII module and BII early Firmware did not handle 352/384 very well because it would default to tighter DPLL settings and would cause unlocks, but that has nothing to do with this board, if anything it would improve it. users with latest FW will be fine I think. sorry I do not have an 80MHz version.

100MHz will work under all circumstances, 80MHz will work under most circumstances (and all circumstances if you turn off OSF)

also there is a good chance that this reclocker using the dac side clock will rid all 80MHz users of any problem as well, since the dac should receive a synchronised input.

I believe glt has an 80MHz version BII, this rendition will have better results again than his lash up, which seems to be working well for him already.

there is no bleeding edge here, just well executed, well proven techniques

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