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Old 12th February 2012, 02:14 PM   #1
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Default cs8416 problem in software mode

Hi guys, i've got a problem with CS8416 chip in software mode. Communication by I2C i working properly, i can read and modify all registers. But the problem is decoding by this chip. I use signal from CD(44.1khz) or from TV (48khz), but when i get error bits from registry-all of them occurs. Is there any 'trick' in configuration of CS to start decoding properly? All Freq. are good and remains stable. Also most important for me registry and interrupt remains empty-i need q-subcode information-but it is still 0 and interrupt flag is not set. For any help i will be gratefull.
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