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RPI or Rock64 I2S with external MCLK
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Old 17th January 2021, 09:05 AM   #21
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The reason an ASRC is used for jittter reduction of SPDIF is basically because some ASRC chips have a good PLL which generated a new better clock than the clock from the DIR.
If I will create a mainboard the SPDIF part will not be part of it, both options are possible, maybe even selectable (if I would ever add SPDIF, because at this moment I have no SPDIF source of interest)
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