Does such a critter exist? I know I can take S/PDIF and convert to I2S and then go to a Class D amp but I was hoping to find a single chip low cost solution. Doesn't have to be high powered or audiophile quality.
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i don't think so. DIR9001 driving a TAS5727. Done!
Audio Applications Engineering Manager
Dallas, TX USA
That's what it was looking like but I was hoping I missed something!
Still looking around at all the options and ran across this pair of parts, TAS5001 at the input and a pair of TAS5111A. What's your thoughts?
I think you read the block diagrams our marketing guys make too closely.
The TAS5001 doesn't actualyl have an S/PDIF receiver on it. What they're saying is the part can accept any I2S input coming from, perhaps an S/PDIF receiver, or a TAS3001, or a 1394 receiver, etc.
Sorry, try again! :)
Damn marketing! OK, I'm checking to see if the local guys have a TAS5710EVM to borrow since it has the total solution I need. Question for you though, most of the datasheets make reference to Toyo inductors. Are there any crosses to those as they don't seem to be readily available.
Let me know if they can round one up for you.
We have evaluated other inductors (mostly when customers have problems!), but we don't have a quick cross-reference list, unfortunately.
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