Six-channel DAC for consumer audio applications

December 2005
Portable Design;Dec2005, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p32
Product Review
The article evaluates the CS4361 DAC, a digital-to-analog converter and offers information on it's multi-channel audio systems and surrounding applications, it's multi-bit Delta Sigma architecture, low-latency digital filtering and price.


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