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Old 11th August 2010, 11:36 AM   #1
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If I used the inputs ( MINI DSP ) pins 9 to 15 ( I2S ) are they compatible with the SPDIF RECEIVER ? CS 8424 , CS 8426, DIR9001 .......etc .


-2- How the MIN DGI is connected to the MINI DSP ?

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Old 12th August 2010, 01:31 AM   #2
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Serge,

In answer to your question,

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If I used the inputs ( MINI DSP ) pins 9 to 15 ( I2S ) are they compatible with the SPDIF RECEIVER ? CS 8424 , CS 8426, DIR9001
As long as you respect the I2S configuration as shown in the I2S tech note in the download section of our site, I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work. Thing is, you need to make sure that these receivers are configured for 48kHz output because the DSP runs at fixed 48k only. Hence the reason for the miniDIGI Asynchronous Sample Rate converter =>making sure that all SPDIF signals can be accepted by the DSP.

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How the MIN DGI is connected to the MINI DSP ?
miniDSP connects to miniDIGI with a 32pin flat cables on each side.

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