About ADAV4601

Hello,

Is the ADAV available to general users or is it restricted to volume users?

Since the ADAV400 is no longer available, this, unfortunately, becomes the only choice with in-built ADC and DAC.

It has the PWM outputs that enables connection the the popular PWN input amplifiers, and HP out. Moreover, it has slew RAM and hence the interest.

If, allowed, I would like to design a custom board with interface to a PIC microcontroller to build a tailor-made audio flow and try making some custom algorithms.

I will use the ADUSB1, purchased from DigiKey some time back.

KKSL

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  • Hello,

    Thank you.

    I will go with your suggestion but start with the popular basic ADAU1701.

    To begin with, how much current can I draw from the ADUSB1?

    I intend to have a PIC microcontroller, 4 potentiometers, 4 LEDs, ADAU1701 and SSM2304 amplifier.

    The amplifier will connect directly to the 5v supply on pin11 of the DSUB25F.

    All the other circuitry will connect to 3.3V derived from 5V from the pin11 of the DSUB25F.

    The purpose of this board is to quickly evaluate the basic dsp blocks, understand its operation and then develop custom algorithms and work my way up from there.

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  • Hello,

    Thank you.

    I will go with your suggestion but start with the popular basic ADAU1701.

    To begin with, how much current can I draw from the ADUSB1?

    I intend to have a PIC microcontroller, 4 potentiometers, 4 LEDs, ADAU1701 and SSM2304 amplifier.

    The amplifier will connect directly to the 5v supply on pin11 of the DSUB25F.

    All the other circuitry will connect to 3.3V derived from 5V from the pin11 of the DSUB25F.

    The purpose of this board is to quickly evaluate the basic dsp blocks, understand its operation and then develop custom algorithms and work my way up from there.

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