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Old 24th May 2013, 05:57 PM   #291
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Default XO trident for clock

Yes, you just remove the XO tridentóit's the center one. This will cut power to the clock. I used headers on the three tridents, to make modifications easier.
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Old 24th June 2013, 04:30 PM   #292
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Hello.
It just ordered two of these for use in a 4-way dsp filter (spdif-out ).
If I'm using the digital volumecontrol can I still use just one pot
(in parallel) or is there need for a second one for some reason ?
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You can wire the output of the volume pot to each of the DACs and control then both at the same time, as long as both board share a digital ground.
It became three instead of two but I'm still going to control the volume of all

three with one pot. I think that I read somewhere that the the gain function
will work the same way even if there are more then one dac sharing the same
pot (in parallel) as it would with only one dac. I don't have to change it to a
30k pot just because I'm using it to control three dacs. Is that right ?
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Old 24th June 2013, 04:32 PM   #293
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It became three instead of two but I'm still going to control the volume of all

three with one pot. I think that I read somewhere that the the gain function
will work the same way even if there are more then one dac sharing the same
pot (in parallel) as it would with only one dac. I don't have to change it to a
30k pot just because I'm using it to control three dacs. Is that right ?
Correct.
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Old 24th June 2013, 05:14 PM   #294
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Correct.
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Old 9th July 2013, 09:14 PM   #295
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Hi guys,

I got my IIISE up and running this weekend, but only S/PDIF, I was not able to get I2S to work.
I'm using Toslink, AES and the USB receiver into MUX 4.1.
I followed the recommended connection in the set-up guide for IIISE for the MUX 4.1.
Any ideas where to troubleshoot?
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Old 9th July 2013, 09:41 PM   #296
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Hi guys,

I got my IIISE up and running this weekend, but only S/PDIF, I was not able to get I2S to work.
I'm using Toslink, AES and the USB receiver into MUX 4.1.
I followed the recommended connection in the set-up guide for IIISE for the MUX 4.1.
Any ideas where to troubleshoot?
Did you attach a switch to the B-IIIse to choose between SPDIF/I2S inputs?
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Old 10th July 2013, 04:40 AM   #297
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Did you attach a switch to the B-IIIse to choose between SPDIF/I2S inputs?
Thanks barrows.

I did not attach a switch. I though the input was selected automatically, my bad.
I donít need a switch as I have the MUX, is there a way to set this permanently on the board and forgo the switch.
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Old 10th July 2013, 04:48 AM   #298
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Thanks barrows.

I did not attach a switch. I though the input was selected automatically, my bad.
I donít need a switch as I have the MUX, is there a way to set this permanently on the board and forgo the switch.
Need to tak a closer look at the integration guide. The B-IIIse accepts both SPDIF and I2S inputs directly, but these cannot both be active at the same time. So the board defaults to the SPDIF input, to use I2S, you have to add either a jumper (for a permanent switch to I2S input), or a switch (to be able to switch between direct SPDIF in and I2S) to the board. I cannot remember the board designators off the top of my head, but the integration guide will point them out.
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Old 10th July 2013, 06:22 AM   #300
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