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Part Number: TAS5825M
Hi Sirs,We are supporting customer to generate TAS5825 CFG to support 16 bit left-justified format. We can bring up the TAS5825 in this audio mode with 0x33 = 0x30 update by Direct I2C or Register Map: However, we found that the PPC3's system integration page does not dump 0x33 data. We can rework CFG by adding those two lines manually, however, we don't know the correct location to insert them. We found that TAS5825 can decode LJ data properly only if we add them to the last line of the CFG (please refer to the enclosed CFG before and after reworked).----------------w 98 00 00w 98 33 30----------------
Would you please advise the correct location to write 0x33 commands. Nice to have PPC3 update to support data format option officially.Thank you and Best regards,Wayne Chen10/16/2018
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In reply to Andy Liu SH:
Hello Andy. Thanks a lot. We checked that Location #1 does not work. We will check Location #2 following your recommendations and get you back soon.
In reply to Wayne Chen (ODM FAE):
Hi Andy,Your suggestion works. However, I found that we need to write CFG before turning on LJ signal to get correct output signal from TAS5825. We can get incorrect signal (phase shift or high distortion as the example below) If we turn on LJ signal before sending CFG. Would you pls advise your comment of my investigate?Thank you and Best regards,Wayne Chen10/1/8/2018
I have done some quick testing. However, I cannot see the same issue as you reported.
Basically, I can see the same waveforms even if I turn on signals before initializing TAS5825M devices via i2c. Could you double check?
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