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PCM5102

The PCM510x devices are a family of monolithic CMOS integrated circuits that include a stereo digital-to-analog converter and additional support circuitry in a small TSSOP package. The PCM510x uses the latest generation of TI’s advanced segment-DAC architecture to achieve excellent dynamic performance and improved tolerance to clock jitter. The PCM510x provides 2.1VRMS ground centered outputs, allowing designers to eliminate DC blocking capacitors on the output, as well as external muting circuits traditionally associated with single supply line drivers. The integrated line driver surpasses all other charge-pump based line drivers by supporting loads down to 1kΩ. By supporting loads down to 1kΩ, the PCM510x can essentially drive up to 10 products in parallel, such as an LCD TV, DVDR, AV Receivers and other devices. The integrated PLL on the device removes the requirement for a system clock (commonly known as master clock), allowing a 3-wire I2S connection and reducing system EMI.

ESP32 internet radio with I²S DAC

“WiFi internet radio built using an M5StickC plus (ESP32 Pico), external I²S DAC (PCM5102A), and stereo amplifier (Onkyo TX SV 434). After discovering that my 25 years old Onkyo stereo amplifier is still working, I wanted to give it …

Project  LauraBox

LauraBox

“A children’s juke box controlled by RFID tags, based on an ESP32. Features: - Playback of user-defined MP3 playlists - Playlist selected though RFID tag. Cheap RFID stickers can be placed on any 3D printed model. - Battery powered, can play while …

Raspberry Zero Internet Radio

“This is not the first raspberry internet radio, i know. But this one can be build by almost anyone. No programming skills or soldering skills needed. Just buy the components, connect some wires between them and thats it!. Oh, and …