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Old 25th May 2004, 01:27 AM   #1
kozak is offline kozak  Scotland
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I am building my first dac using DIR1703 receiver and WM8740 stereo dac.
I am thinking to integrate a low jitter clock.
As there is 2 clock signals in the schematic I would like to know where it is the best to put it:

- the first place is the clock entry of the DIR1703 (replacing the crystal)

- the second one is the clock line generated by the DIR1703 and who goes to the DAC (unplugging the DIR1703 output and replace this signal with my clock)

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