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Part Number: TAS5508C
My customer is using TAS5508C for their product.
When input source was changed, clock error will be occur, and small pop is heard from speaker even no music.
I attach the capture.
They set 0x04 PWM Automute = disabled.
They set 0x03 =90h or 80h ( Hard/soft unmute from clock error ), but pop is not changed ( not reduced).
In case clock error,TAS5508C automoatically stop the PWM (PWM_P_x, PWM_M_x) inherently?
Can we keeo PWM running even clock error to set any register.?
If Q1 were no ,would you please give us any idea to let PWM stop/start gradually in case clock error?
To set soft unmute from clock error using 0x03 was not effective..
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In reply to Adam Sidelsky:
Thank you for your comment ! , and I am sorry the delay of my reply.
I had tested clock error ( remove I2S (LRCK) jumper of TAS5508C -TAS5631B EVM) and
PWM automatically stops , small clicks due to PWM stop/start is inherent.
Thank you for answer.
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