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Part Number: TAS5548
TAS5548 has the AM avoidance feature, the pwm switching frequency is able to be changed, so please refer to the following specification.
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In reply to Sadanori Kato:
In reply to Shawn Zheng:
In reply to Li YunJing:
Could you please confirm the following test results just in case ?
For ASRC mode, does TAS5548 work normally if setting 0x00010066 to 0xC4 with 96kHz input data of left justified 16bits ?On the other hand, for ASRC bypass mode, does TAS5548 work normally if setting 0x00015066 to 0xC4 as well ?* the above typo was corrected.
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