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Old 14th November 2012, 05:27 AM   #761
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Just boxed the interface in a small plastic project box, added a switch and DC socket, by breaking the USB Bus power at L1, by switch between Ext DC (stabilize DC or Battery) and USB Bus Power to power up the interface, the I2S and DSD output organized by RJ45 socket, I love this little toy so much!!
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Just boxed the interface in a small plastic project box, added a switch and DC socket, by breaking the USB Bus power at L1, by switch between Ext DC (stabilize DC or Battery) and USB Bus Power to power up the interface, the I2S and DSD output organized by RJ45 socket, I love this little toy so much!!
Very nice, I guess there is not a standard method to interface I2S?
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Very nice, I guess there is not a standard method to interface I2S?
not as far as connector, but as far as connections yes and thats not it, that will be spraying RF all over the place.. its not twisted and there is only a single ground wire, which isnt twisted with any of the signals either. there is a ground connection for each signal connection on the output header for a reason, use them, silver wire will not help here. pair each signal bck, wclk, sdata etc... each one should be paired with its own ground
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not as far as connector, but as far as connections yes and thats not it, that will be spraying RF all over the place.. its not twisted and there is only a single ground wire, which isnt twisted with any of the signals either. there is a ground connection for each signal connection on the output header for a reason, use them, silver wire will not help here. pair each signal bck, wclk, sdata etc... each one should be paired with its own ground
too messy to have 4 twisted pairs (8 wires) inside a 1.5"X2.5" box, but after RJ45 all the way twisted and grounded till Buffalo, no dropout for I2S/DSD, acceptable for me.
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then use mini coax or ribbon, its only important that there is a ground each signal, what you have there is a radio transmitter. you dont have enough connections there to have it twisted and grounded all the way to the dac, you have a single ground connected

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