This is a follow up questions from another questions posted on a locked thread. The question was whether a ceramic capacitor could be used instead of an electrolytic capacitor and the answer was, Yes it could be.
When connecting the Vin through the amplifier circuit described in the following circuit schematic, I noticed that the output signal of the amplifier (viewing on a oscilloscope) drops to 0 volts when connected to the ceramic capacitor. When I replaced the ceramic cap with an electrolytic capacitor the amplified output voltage maintained and I was able to record audio via the Windows Voice Recorder application.
My question is why this would happen between the two different types of capacitors and for space conservation on the PCB what I can do to use a ceramic cap instead?
Both capacitors are 10 uF
Prevision Thread: e2e.ti.com/.../pcm2903c-vin-caps
Circuit Schematic: www.ti.com/.../sbfa020
Ceramic Cap Datasheet: www.digikey.com/.../3894472