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Part Number: TAS5421-Q1
one of my AA is evaluating the TAS5421-Q1 with the TAS5421EVM. In the set up he is using the PCM5102EVM to generate the signal.
Is the following connection allowable ?
PCM5102EVM -> TAS5421EVM
J1-signal (RCA output OUT_R) -> J2-2 (INP)
J1-shield (shiled of RCA) -> J2-1 (INM)
GND of PCM5102EVM -> J2-6 (GND)
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In reply to Adam Sidelsky:
Tuan is on vacation, so I will help you.
The connections described are correct for single ended input. If you have noise issues, the shield of the input connection (IN-) could be connected to the GND.
Regards,Gregg ScottSenior Application EngineerMid Power Audio Amplifiers
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