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Old 20th March 2012, 12:24 PM   #111
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Teleporter can transport any TTL signal. It does not even have to be PCM. Any signal from DC to 125Mhz on each channel.

Sure you can drive two DACs in one chassis from one receiving Teleporter.
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Old 20th March 2012, 05:50 PM   #112
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Sure you can drive two DACs in one chassis from one receiving Teleporter.
I don't think it was the question.

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Also can 1 teleporter transmitter drive 2 recievers simultaneously, like in a hypothetical case where it needs to feed two Buffalos in dual mono mode, but for whatever reason two buffalo needs to be physically seperated considerably more than 10cm that I2S connection needs to be ?
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Old 20th March 2012, 07:49 PM   #113
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I don't think it was the question.
Thanks for the reply Russ.

avr300 is right.

What I meant was whether 1 transmitting telepoter can drive 2 receiving teleporter simultaneously, where each receving teleporter driving 1 DAC, say in dual mono mode. This is not going to happen often, but if whatever reason the I2S connection from telepoter to the DACs has to be much longer than ideal 10cm or less, can I use 1 receving teleporter for each DAC?
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Old 21st March 2012, 12:14 PM   #114
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Sorry - answered without thoroughly reading the question. My fault.

Because the transmitter would see half the impedance I think I would prefer to use two pairs.

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Old 27th March 2012, 06:04 PM   #115
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Might get to try the Teleporter soon, but need to know
what the switches do and I see there are eight input/output
holes. I'd guess each pair of holes is for ground + signal pair?
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Might get to try the Teleporter soon, but need to know
what the switches do and I see there are eight input/output
holes. I'd guess each pair of holes is for ground + signal pair?
It uses differential signals:

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Because each channel of the Teleporter uses differential signals, with no signal ground connection, it also provides galvanic ground isolation between source and destination components, eliminating ground noise issues.
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Old 27th March 2012, 06:46 PM   #117
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On one end there are differential signals, and on the TTL end there are TTL signals. I will write a manual very soon.
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Old 28th March 2012, 02:04 AM   #118
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Just yesterday I found in my mail an envelope with 2 pieces of Teleporter.
If you did not order yours, do it now before they're gone. Yes, they are so good ! Teleporter does exactly what it is designed to and even more. Those little gizmos are small enough to fit anywhere. Tested for 15 yards over regular, unshielded CAT5 and they work like a charm. I can't imagine how I lived without Teleporter before. Just forget about SPDiF - Teleporter is the future ;-) Being picky I could ask for a little smd led on board to indicate operation and some headers added to the kit. Otherwise - top notch.
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Excellent report and feedback. I am glad you find them satisfactory.
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Old 28th March 2012, 09:17 PM   #120
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Got mine today!
I hope these will become the beginning of "lossless" digital audio transfer
To bad they don't take the quality RJ45 receptacles from Neutrik that I have: different pitch and alignment
Anyway - I can't wait to try them!
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