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Old 2nd April 2012, 02:53 PM   #151
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Sure I have a draft of it done, and Brian is just reviewing it before posting it.

If you are not confident wait for the manual before starting work.
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Old 2nd April 2012, 02:57 PM   #152
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That's what the switch is for - on the left of the board in your pictures.

The LVDS header is there to allow people to use their own RJ45 connector(wired) or direct wire the LVDS signal between two modules.
So I have the DIP switch all four positions "off" for the transmitter & all four positions "on" for the receiver, attached pic (where was jumpers now is the transmiter), it's OK?
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Old 2nd April 2012, 03:16 PM   #154
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Yeah, thanks again Brian

I have in mind to power separately both Teleporters, it's necessary a very good shunt regulatort or simply a LM317?

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Yeah, thanks again Brian

I have in mind to power separately both Teleporters, it's necessary a very good shunt regulatort or simply a LM317?
Teleporter has a local regulator, so you don't really need anything too fancy. Lm317 type is just fine. Even LM7805 is fine.

The supply range on the Teleporter is pretty flexible. 4-8V should be perfectly fine.

:EDIT: 9V may be on the high side - looking at the VREG junction temp. I would recommend 4-6V if you can do it and about 8V max.

I will double check this when I get home later.
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Old 3rd April 2012, 12:22 PM   #156
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Question Adding to Sdiecar

Attached Sidecar pic, I believe:

PCM
Teleporter receiver - Sidecar
bit clock - BCK
word clock - D1/LRCK
data - D2/DATA

DSD
bit clock - BCK
data left - D1/LRCK
data right - D2/DATA

It's OK
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Attached Sidecar pic, I believe:

PCM
Teleporter receiver - Sidecar
bit clock - BCK
word clock - D1/LRCK
data - D2/DATA

DSD
bit clock - BCK
data left - D1/LRCK
data right - D2/DATA

It's OK
Yes that is the correct signal order for PCM and DSD.
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Teleporter has a local regulator, so you don't really need anything too fancy. Lm317 type is just fine. Even LM7805 is fine.

The supply range on the Teleporter is pretty flexible. 4-8V should be perfectly fine.

:EDIT: 9V may be on the high side - looking at the VREG junction temp. I would recommend 4-6V if you can do it and about 8V max.

I will double check this when I get home later.
Did you checked?

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Yes that is the correct signal order for PCM and DSD.
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Yes 8V is as high as I would recommend. You might be able to get away with 9 or more but I wouldn't push it.
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Thanks Russ, just connected the Teleporter with the BIII, now I have to start the most critical part: taking I2S from my CEC TL1 transport.

It's possible if using I2S avoid the dropouts due to connect separately the clock?
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