This is a general question for anyone with experience in using the ADAU1777 of ADAU1772 in adaptive ANC headset applications.
The outstanding performance feature of the part for ANC is the low latency analog-to-analog path, which allows feedforward ANC…
I would recommend looking at the ADAU1777, which has a PD pin. (http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/ADAU1777.pdf )
ADAU1777 can support up to 768KHz that was mentioned in datasheet as below:
"Fast (up to 768 kHz) and slow processing paths"
So, ADAU1777 output sample rate can support 384KHz?
But according to datasheet described that :
Is it possiblle to realise beamforming in ADAU1777 ?
Thanks in advance
From ADAU1777 information I understood that the group delay from ADC to DAC < 30usec , in 192Khz
Is there group delay information from DAC to ADC , in 192Khz ?
Is there group delay information from ADC to DAC , in 192Khz ?
As of this writing, the ADAU1777 is now the lowest-latency codec available, with a 5μs analog-to-analog latency.
ADAU1777 IBIS files not on the product page, please post - or advise how to get them.
I'm transmitting audio via I2S from an SC584 EZ-Board to an ADAU1777 (0044.Test Project 1.zip). The ADAU1777 is set to route the received stereo signal to its analog stereo output. This stereo output signal looks alright as long as the SC584…
I have been looking through the datasheets on the ADAU1777 chip and eval board and searching online, looking for clear specifications on how to use sigmastudio to set the 1777 to its lowest latency, without any luck. The lowest latency I see is…