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hifiZen 14th March 2003 12:18 AM

New sample rate converters from TI
 
Just found out about two new asynchronous sample rate converters which are on their way from TI. Don't know when we'll see samples or production stock available... The preliminary chip specs look promising - at least on par with, if not better than, the AD1896. Apparently, the new chips also support DSD output, for those who want to convert PCM data to DSD format for their DACs. A full datasheet is not yet available, but hopefully soon. These look like juicy critters, I hope I can get my hands on some samples when they arrive. :)

The new part numbers are SRC4192 and SRC4193, which are stand-alone and programmable versions, respectively.

maczrool 14th March 2003 03:32 PM

I posted a little bit about the SRC4192 last week. Its 144 dB dynamic range is slightly better than the AD1896. Hopefully they will both be cheaper than the AD1896 too.

Stu

takashi 15th March 2003 04:12 PM

why i can find it in TI's website?

maczrool 15th March 2003 11:42 PM

Not much to read, but it is here on page 31.

Stu


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