I have a problem with a new application with ADAU1701 DSP.
I would use both DSP DACs and an external CODEC, but after some tests I have the audio output on the ADAU1701 DACs or on the external CODEC DACs, but not both.
In my system I have an AK4620B CODEC as audio input ADCs and low noise stereo DACs, and I use also ADAU DAC2 and DAC3.
I have a 24.576MHz crystal and I used an internal fs=96kHz (I used your faq instruction for PLL setting), the clock output is buffered and the DSP works as master of I2S comunication (MP4 and 5 connected with MP10 and 11 each).
I have test, with a simple audio path (attached TestInternalDac.jpg) that internal DAC works properly.
Only when I check the Master Mode checkbox in the Hardware Configuration windows the output signal disappeared.
Changing the outputs to I2S data I could see the audio signal on CODEC.
So...could I work with both outputs type or is not allowed?
Or have I make something wrong?
Thanks and best Regard.
thanks for your prompt reply.
I think I'm not explain so well....
I've just made a project similar to yours in which I have both digital serial output cells that on-chip DACs, both with the same audio input, but I can see output signal only on serial digital outputs.
After that I create a new project to test the hardware, the pictures of the original post refers to this ones.
I observed that also when I have only DAC2 and DAC3 outputs, if I cheked the Master Mode check box the output signal disapperead from these outputs.
I hope I was clearer...thanks for you ssupport.
You can use the on-board DACs and serial ports at the same time. You just have to route signals to them in the DSP program. Here's a graphic showing how each analog and digital data channel is assigned in SigmaStudio.
It looks like in your project, you have not connected the DIGx output cells in your project. Just add those, and you should be fine!
An example project is attached for reference.
Unfortunately, I can't reproduce this problem. If I make a project using both Serial and DAC outputs, and then I check the Master Mode box in SigmaStudio, my DAC outputs remain unchanged. Which hardware are you using? Are you using one of our evaluation boards?
Thanks for your help...I don't use a your demoboard, but our own board.
Now I check again if there are problems in the board component/layout, but the very strange things is that each output works well alone.
I'll try to do a cross check with your demoboard design...but I'm more quite now knowing that is possible this configuration.