Posted on

3.11 / 3.12

3.11 – Settings and Input wiring for voltage output DAC, stereo, single ended, 1…1.5 VRMS full scale output voltage, 0V reference voltage

A known example of a DAC requiring these settings is the Crystal/Cirrus Logic CS4328.

 

This type of DAC requires the following jumper settings:

 

 

The input connections should follow the Scheme shown underneath:

 

 

All Ground connections must be made to the DAC’s Analogue Ground Pin.

 

3.12 – Settings and Input wiring for voltage output DAC, stereo, single ended, 1…1.5 VRMS full scale output voltage, 2.5V reference voltage

 

Known examples of DAC’s requiring these settings are

 

Analog Devices AD1866, AD1868, AD1857 / 58 / 59, AD1958

 

Asahi Kasei (AKM) AK4384, AK4385, AK4386, AK4387, AK4388, AK4344, AK4345, AK4364

 

Burr Brown PCM1716, PCM1723, PCM1727, PCM1728, PCM1732, PCM1740, PCM1741, PCM1742, PCM1744, PCM1748, PCM1753 / 54 / 55, PCM1770 / 71 / 72 / 73 / 74, PCM1780 / 81 / 82, PCM2704 / 05 / 06 / 07, DSD1702

 

Crystal/Cirrus Logic CS4327, CS4334 / 35 / 36 / 37 / 38 / 39 / 40 / 41 / 44 / 45 / 46 / 48 / 49 /

 

Nippon Precision Circuits (NPC) SM5882, SM5883, SM5885

 

Pioneer PE8001

 

Philips TDA1305T, TDA1306T / 86T, TDA1311T / 12T / 13T, TDA1549, UDA1320 / 21 / 22 / 24

 

Sanyo LC78835

 

Panasonic MN662710 (Technics „Mash“ CD-Player on one chip IC)

 

Wolfson Micro WM8716

 

This type of DAC requires the following jumper settings:

 

 

The input connections should follow the Scheme shown underneath:

 

 

All Ground connections must be made to the DAC’s Analogue Ground Pin.

 

447 Total Views 1 Views Today
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *