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An S/PDIF sound card using the PCM2906

Posted on Saturday, February 20th, 2016 in DIY by DP

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Joesugar writes:

When S/PDIF became available in the Teensy Audio Library I thought this might be the solution to ground loop problems I’d been having when interfacing projects to my PC. However, I quickly realized I didn’t have any sound cards with an S/PDIF interface.
In the belief that I’d rather build than buy I decided to update one of my previous projects, a PCM2904 based sound card, to include an S/PDIF interface.

More info at Computer/Electronics Workbench site.

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