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Old 23rd December 2010, 03:21 PM   #1
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Default How to connect one master clock/ SCKO to multiple devices/ XTIs?


I built a digital in for my CD-player, which has got a really good sounding analog output stage. I chose the DIR9001, also because of the low jitter clock recovery of 50ps. Now I thought about taking this SCKO also for the DA converters. Can I just "split" a cable, connecting the three XTIs of the filter and the two DACs directly to the SCKO of the DIR9001? Or must I use another buffer for each device? And do you have any recommendation for the value of a serial resistor?
Thank you very much for your help!

Greetings from Austria

Florian M.
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