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Part Number: PCM5102A
i connected PCM5102a with 2x VDD , 3.3 V ; the AVDD was 3.3V , but DVDD was shorted to GND on first power up, input signals active at 3.3V level;
then found the short, removed it and power up again; but -- no output signal coming , L/R out at zero.
so : can this chip be damaged now ? (input L/R , data, Bclk (left just.) seem ok, an old DAC is playing with same signals same time)
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