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Could you please tell us each location of the input and output automute functions in the block diagram as below?
In reply to Sadanori Kato:
I have one more question as below.
3. When Asserting D1 of the register 0x05~0x0C to highHow does TAS5538 work if the D1 of register 0x05~0x0C is asserted to high?The noise occurs during the reproduction of the low frequency data if the D1 is asserted to low in the BD mode.However, that noise is improved if the D1 is asserted to high and the value of the register 0x38~0x03F which is 8 interchannel channel delay registers is adjusted.Could you please tell us that technical operation mechanism?
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Hello Tuan-san, team,
Can you please update this plate for Kato-san?
We are facing at a big complain from customer since our response is extremely slow.
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In reply to daisuke kawasaki:
Could you please update regarding the following questions since I have to reply the information to our customer by January 5(JST)?
1. When Asserting D6 and D5 of the register 0x04 to highHow does TAS5538 work if the D6 and D5 of the register 0x04 is asserted to high?Is my understanding correct although I believe that nothing changes?
2. When Asserting the reserved bits of the register 0x05~0x0C to highHow does TAS5538 work if the reserved bits of the register 0x05~0x0C is asserted to high, except D4 and D7?
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In reply to Tuan:
Happy New Year. Thank you always for your kind support.Could you please share more detailed technical information if possible since our customer does not readily understand regarding Q1 and Q3?
I have discussed with our customers based on your response, this issue has been closed.However, I will post an additional question since I have obtained a new question from them.I greatly appreciate your cooperation.
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