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lauret 9th April 2011 03:18 PM

ES9102 ADC Module
 
Hi Russ and Brian,

I have read this in the Retro thread:
Quote:

Originally Posted by Russ White (Post 2193332)
ESS has not released the ES9102 yet.

I will be using it as soon as it is actually available. :)

There is no eval board yet to play with.

We have had a module planned for the ES9102 since it was announced. So far all that is available is the product brief. :)

Cheers!
Russ

It didn't seem appropriate to ask there for the progress, so I thought I opened another thread for this module.

Are those ICs already available?
Did you guys make any progress on the modules itself?

Thanks and looking forward to it!

BrianDonegan 5th May 2011 07:22 PM

Neither the datasheet nor the chips are available yet, but we are checking with ESS on a regular basis

lauret 23rd August 2011 02:09 PM

A little bit old, but this is news to me:
ESS Technology Introduces Flagship SABRE32 Reference ADC!

It's also listed at ismosys, although I do not know if this means that it is already available.

BrianDonegan 23rd August 2011 02:20 PM

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Yup, they are available...

lauret 23rd August 2011 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BrianDonegan (Post 2682550)
Yup, they are available...

And what are the plans? Can you already give a rough ETA?

BrianDonegan 23rd August 2011 06:32 PM

Nope. That's why we have not said anything about it yet.

4est 23rd August 2011 09:44 PM

Thank you for your honesty Brian. It sure beats BS!

BrianDonegan 23rd August 2011 10:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 4est (Post 2683171)
Thank you for your honesty Brian. It sure beats BS!

That's my motto. :)

Russ White 26th August 2011 01:33 AM

But just so you know the layout is coming along quite nicely. :)

IngemarR 13th September 2011 08:47 AM

Russ,
there are a lot of settings one can change in the ADC. Will you provide some jumpers for these? If so, which settings?

Would be cool to have the RIAA option available. Then one could connect a phono cartridge, have a balanced 32bit/384kHz ADC with built-in RIAA decoding network, and get I2S out which is then fed to the Buffalo2,3


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