My Frankenstein clone is alive! Well, okay, I admit that is not true, but the picture on the homepage, and the full picture in the last blog post show a half finished box with some of my boards in partly wired. Well it is now 75% complete, awaiting a populated balanced ADC board (in place of the single ended one), but it works from a SPDIF source. All 8 outputs play music (set as four stereo outputs).
Bit dark to take pictures but just imagine the last picture with a few more boring wires added.
Edit: Oh yes, I am also looking at spinning up an XMOS 200 based DSP/control board, should sit nicely along with the ADAU1452. Would give the option for some DSP/usb streaming without the need for the ADAU1452 board. Looks like there would be some initial limitations (such as the xmos I2S code only supporting 48k in TDM mode, and my rusty programming skills), but the potential for a lot of features could be big.
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