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Old 5th April 2017, 09:43 AM   #71
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Hello.
I will need one clock for an "Acko AKD38" and I will not have any use for sampling frequencys above 192khz. What frequency would you recomend for this application ?
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Old 5th April 2017, 11:53 AM   #72
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You can ask ACKO.
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Old 5th April 2017, 12:14 PM   #73
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We are in different time zones, so I thought I would get a quicker response this way.
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Old 5th April 2017, 01:20 PM   #74
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I got a mail from Acko (maybe he saw this) so never mind, it will be a 49.152000 MHz clock. Order's in the mail.
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Old 5th April 2017, 02:20 PM   #75
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The new Acko dacs are actually factory prepared for this clock update. It took me a while to find the solder pads but they are there alright. I will mount a socket for it at first, if I for some reason would like to change to a different frequency later.
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The new Acko dacs are actually factory prepared for this clock update. It took me a while to find the solder pads but they are there alright. I will mount a socket for it at first, if I for some reason would like to change to a different frequency later.
You are right dahlberg, Acko have care to these details. Just a reminder: if the pads are directly connected to the on-board clock have care to disable/remove the on-board clock in accordance to Acko instructions before to connect a Pulsar (or other) Clock to the pads, in case of conflict you risk to damage both the Pulsar and/or the on-board clock.
Installing a Pulsar Clock on a socket is always a good idea, a socket is provided with each Pulsar Clock.
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You are right dahlberg, Acko have care to these details. Just a reminder: if the pads are directly connected to the on-board clock have care to disable/remove the on-board clock in accordance to Acko instructions before to connect a Pulsar (or other) Clock to the pads, in case of conflict you risk to damage both the Pulsar and/or the on-board clock.
Installing a Pulsar Clock on a socket is always a good idea, a socket is provided with each Pulsar Clock.
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You are right dahlberg, Acko have care to these details. Just a reminder: if the pads are directly connected to the on-board clock have care to disable/remove the on-board clock in accordance to Acko instructions before to connect a Pulsar (or other) Clock to the pads, in case of conflict you risk to damage both the Pulsar and/or the on-board clock.
Installing a Pulsar Clock on a socket is always a good idea, a socket is provided with each Pulsar Clock.
I have ordered a new board without on-board clock from ACKO.
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Old 15th May 2017, 09:53 AM   #79
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bought a pair of pulsar clock for my iancanada fifo after reading this post:
Asynchronous I2S FIFO project, an ultimate weapon to fight the jitter

made an improvement over the CCHD957 clocks i had.

want to give a thumb up feedback to the pulsar clock team's product and their customer handling
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