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Old 8th November 2012, 05:57 PM   #1
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Default Installing USB_DAC module (PS3249) into TU-8100

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Default install USB 3249R DAconvertor in Elekit 8200DX

Where does one pick up the 5 volt DC supply to the usb module, from the 8200 board, if one does not wish to power the unit from the PC usb port? This appears to utilize the jumpers at 1,7,9 for "self" power as opposed to "B" for usb 3.3volt sourcing.
Most of the little manual is in Japanese, so I may be misconstruing how the component is to be used. The output from the DAC utilizes a 3.5 mm minijack which connects to another minijack next to the 8200 amp's Line 2 RCA inputs, (inactivating them when it is engaged)
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