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Single Supply Dual 16-Bit Audio DAC

 

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FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
V
L
NRL
AGND
NRR
V
S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
11
16
AD1866
16-BIT
DAC
16-BIT
DAC
16-BIT
SERIAL
REGISTER
16-BIT
SERIAL
REGISTER
V
B
L
V
O
R
V
S
V
B
R
V
REF
V
REF
V
O
L
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a
Single Supply
Dual 16-Bit Audio DAC
AD1866*
One Technology Way, P.O. Box 9106, Norwood, MA 02062-9106, U.S.A.
Tel: 617/329-4700
Fax: 617/326-8703
FEATURES
Dual Serial Input, Voltage Output DACs
Single +5 Volt Supply
0.005% THD+N
Low Power ­50 mW
115 dB Channel Separation
Operates at 8 Oversampling
16-Pin Plastic DIP or SOIC Package
APPLICATIONS
Multimedia Workstations
PC Audio Add-In Boards
Portable CD and DAT Players
Automotive CD and DAT Players
Noise Cancellation
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The AD1866 is a complete dual 16-bit DAC offering excellent
performance while requiring a single +5 V power supply. It is
fabricated on Analog Devices' ABCMOS wafer fabrication
process. The monolithic chip includes CMOS logic elements,
bipolar and MOS linear elements and laser trimmed, thin-
film resistor elements. Careful design and layout techniques
have resulted in low distortion, low noise, high channel separa-
tion and low power dissipation.
The DACs on the AD1866 chip employ a partially segmented
architecture. The first three MSBs of each DAC are segmented
into 7 elements. The 13 LSBs are produced using standard
R-2R techniques. The segments and R-2R resistors are laser
trimmed to provide extremely low total harmonic distortion.
The AD1866 requires no deglitcher or trimming circuitry.
Each DAC is equipped with a high performance output ampli-
fier. These amplifiers achieve fast settling and high slew rate,
producing
±
1 V signals at load currents up to
±
1 mA. The buff-
ered output signal range is 1.5 V to 3.5 V. The 2.5 V reference
voltages eliminate the need for "false ground" networks.
A versatile digital interface allows the AD1866 to be directly
connected to all digital filter chips. Fast CMOS logic elements
allow for an input clock rate of up to 16 MHz. This allows for
operation at 2
×
, 4
×
, 8
×
, or 16
×
the sampling frequency (where
F
S
= 44.1 kHz) for each channel. The digital input pins of the
AD1866 are TTL and +5 V CMOS compatible.
*Protected by U.S. Patent Nos: 3,961,326; 4,141,004; 4,349,811; 4,857,862;
and patents pending.
The AD1866 operates on +5 V power supplies. The digital
supply, V
L
, can be separated from the analog supply, V
S
, for re-
duced digital feedthrough. Separate analog and digital ground
pins are also provided. In systems employing a single +5 volt
power supply, V
L
and V
S
should be connected together. In bat-
tery operated systems, operation will continue even with re-
duced supply voltage. Typically, the AD1866 dissipates 50 mW.
The AD1866 is packaged in either a 16-pin plastic DIP or a
16-pin plastic SOIC package. Operation is guaranteed over the
temperature range of ­35
°
C to +85
°
C and over the voltage
supply range of 4.75 V to 5.25 V.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
1. Single supply operation @ +5 V.
2. 50 mW power dissipation.
3. THD+N is 0.005% (typical).
4. Signal-to-Noise Ratio is 95 dB (typical).
5. 115 dB channel separation (typical).
6. Compatible with all digital filter chips.
7. 16-pin DIP and 16-pin SOIC packages.
8. No deglitcher required.
9. No external adjustments required.
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AD1866­SPECIFICATIONS
(T
A
= +25 C and +5 V supplies unless otherwise noted)
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
RESOLUTION
16
Bits
DIGITAL INPUTS
V
IH
2.4
V
V
IL
0.8
V
I
IH
, V
IH
= V
L
1.0
µ
A
I
IL
, V
IL
= DGND
­10.0
µ
A
Maximum Clock Input Frequency
13.5
MHz
ACCURACY
Gain Error
±
3
% of FSR
Gain Matching
±
3
% of FSR
Midscale Error
±
30
mV
Midscale Error Matching
±
10
mV
Gain Linearity Error
±
3
dB
DRIFT (0
°
C to +70
°
C)
Gain Drift
±
100
ppm/
°
C
Midscale Drift
­130
µ
V/
°
C
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
0 dB, 990.5 Hz
AD1866N
0.005
0.01
%
AD1866R
0.005
0.01
%
­20 dB, 990.5 Hz
AD1866N
0.02
%
AD1866R
0.02
%
­60 dB, 990.5 Hz
AD1866N
2.0
%
AD1866R
2.0
%
CHANNEL SEPARATION (1 kHz, 0 dB)
108
115
dB
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO (With A-Weight Filter)
95
dB
D-RANGE (With A-Weight Filter)
90
dB
OUTPUT
Voltage Output Pins (V
OL
, V
OR
)
Output Range (
±
3%)
±
1
V
Output Impedance
0.1
Load Current
±
1
mA
Bias Voltage Pins (V
BL
, V
BR
)
Output Range
+2.5
V
Output Impedance
350
POWER SUPPLY
Specification, V
L
and V
S
4.75
5
5.25
V
Operation, V
L
and V
S
3.5
5.25
V
+I, V
L
and V
S
= 5 V
10
14
mA
POWER DISSIPATION
50
70
mW
TEMPERATURE RANGE
Operation
­35
85
°
C
Storage
­60
100
°
C
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Specifications in boldface are tested on all production units at final electrical
Typical Performance­AD1866
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­100
­90
­80
­70
­60
­50
­40
­30
20500
5500
500
15500
10500
FREQUENCY ­ Hz
THD+N ­ dB
­60dB
­20dB
0dB
Figure 1. THD+N vs. Frequency
125
120
123
121
10
3
122
10
2
124
10
4
FREQUENCY ­ Hz
CHANNEL SEPARATION ­ dB
10
5
Figure 2. Channel Separation vs. Frequency
­20dB
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
THD+N ­ dB
0dB
­30
­100
5.6
­70
­90
4.6
­80
4.4
­40
­60
­50
5.4
5.2
5.0
4.8
­60dB
Figure 3. THD+N vs. Supply Voltage
INPUT AMPLITUDE ­ dB
GAIN LINEARITY ERROR ­ dB
6
­8
20
­2
­6
­80
­4
­100
4
0
2
0
­20
­40
­60
125°C
­35°C
0°C
25°C
70°C
Figure 4. Gain Linearity Error vs. Input Amplitude
TEMPERATURE ­ °C
THD+N ­ dB
­30
­100
125
­70
­90
­50
­80
­75
­40
­60
­50
100
75
50
25
0
­25
­60dB
­20dB
0dB
Figure 5. THD+N vs. Temperature
FREQUENCY ­ Hz
PSRR ­ dB
80
40
10
3
10
5
70
50
10
4
60
Figure 6. Power Supply Rejection Ratio vs. Frequency
(Supply Modulation Amplitude at 500 mV p-p)
AD1866
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS*
V
L
to DGND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 V to 6 V
V
S
to AGND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 V to 6 V
AGND to DGND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
±
0.3 V
Digital Inputs to DGND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ­0.3 V to V
L
Soldering (10 sec) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +300
°
C
*Stresses greater than those listed under "Absolute Maximum Ratings" may cause
permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and functional
operation of the device at these or any other conditions above those indicated in the
operational section of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
WARNING!
ESD SENSITIVE DEVICE
CAUTION
ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive device. Electrostatic charges as high as 4000 V readily
accumulate on the human body and test equipment and can discharge without detection.
Although the AD1866 features proprietary ESD protection circuitry, permanent damage may
occur on devices subjected to high energy electrostatic discharges. Therefore, proper ESD
precautions are recommended to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality.
PIN CONFIGURATION
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
V
L
NRL
AGND
NRR
V
S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
11
16
AD1866
16-BIT
DAC
16-BIT
DAC
16-BIT
SERIAL
REGISTER
16-BIT
SERIAL
REGISTER
V
B
L
V
O
R
V
S
V
B
R
V
REF
V
REF
V
O
L
PIN DESIGNATIONS
Pin
Mnemonic
Description
1
1
V
L
Digital Supply (+5 V)
1
2
LL
Left Channel Latch Enable Pin
1
3
DL
Left Channel Data Input Pin
1
4
CLK
Clock Input Pin
1
5
DR
Right Channel Data Input Pin
1
6
LR
Right Channel Latch Enable Pin
1
7
DGND
Digital Common Pin
1
8
V
B
R
Right Channel Bias Pin
1
9
V
S
Analog Supply (+5 V)
10
V
O
R
Right Channel Output Pin
11
NRR
Right Channel Noise Reduction Pin
12
AGND
Analog Common Pin
13
NRL
Left Channel Noise Reduction Pin
14
V
O
L
Left Channel Output Pin
15
V
S
Analog Supply (+5 V)
16
V
B
L
Left Channel Bias Pin
ORDERING GUIDE
Temperature
Package
Package
Model
Range
Description
Option
AD1866N
­35
°
C to +85
°
C
Plastic DIP
N-16
AD1866R
­35
°
C to +85
°
C
SOIC
R-16
AD1866R-REEL
­35
°
C to +85
°
C
SOIC
R-16
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
Total harmonic distortion plus noise (THD+N) is defined as
the ratio of the square root of the sum of the squares of the am-
plitudes of the harmonics and noise to the amplitude of the fun-
damental input frequency. It is usually expressed in percent (%)
or decibels (dB).
D-RANGE DISTORTION (EIAJ SPECIFICATION)
D-Range distortion is the ratio of the amplitude of the signal at
an amplitude of ­60 dB to the amplitude of the distortion plus
noise. In this case, an A-weight filter is used. The value speci-
fied for D-range performance is the ratio measured plus 60 dB.
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO
The signal-to-noise ratio is defined as the ratio of the amplitude
of the output when a full-scale output is present to the ampli-
tude of the output with no signal present. It is expressed in
decibels (dB) and measured using an A-weight filter.
GAIN LINEARITY
Gain linearity is a measure of the deviation of the actual output
amplitude from the ideal output amplitude. It is determined by
measuring the amplitude of the output signal as the amplitude
of that output signal is digitally reduced to a lower level. A per-
fect D/A converter exhibits no difference between the ideal and
actual amplitudes. Gain linearity is expressed in decibels (dB).
MIDSCALE ERROR
Midscale error, or bipolar zero error, is the deviation of the ac-
tual analog output from a voltage at the bias pin when the twos
complement input code representing midscale is loaded in the
DAC. Midscale error is expressed in mV.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The AD1866 is a complete, monolithic dual 16-bit digital audio
DAC which runs off a single +5 volt supply. As shown in the
block diagram, each channel contains a voltage reference, a
16-bit serial-to-parallel input register, a 16-bit input latch, a
16-bit DAC, and an output amplifier.
The voltage reference section provides a reference voltage and a
false ground voltage for each channel. The low noise bandgap
circuits produce reference voltages that are unaffected by
changes in temperature, time, and power supply.
The input registers are fabricated with CMOS logic gates.
These gates allow high switching speeds and low power con-
sumption, contributing to the fast digital timing, the low glitch
and low power dissipation of the AD1866.
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
V
L
NRL
AGND
NRR
V
S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
11
16
AD1866
16-BIT
DAC
16-BIT
DAC
16-BIT
SERIAL
REGISTER
16-BIT
SERIAL
REGISTER
V
B
L
V
O
R
V
S
V
B
R
V
REF
V
REF
V
O
L
AD1866 Functional Block Diagram
The 16-bit DAC uses a combination of segmentation and R-2R
architecture to achieve good integral and differential linearity.
The resistors which form the ladder structure are fabricated
with silicon-chromium thin film. Laser trimming of these resis-
tors further reduces linearity error, resulting in low output
distortion.
The output amplifier uses both MOS and bipolar devices and
incorporates an NPN class A output stage. It is designed to pro-
duce high slew rate, low noise, low distortion, and optimal fre-
quency response.
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Definition of Specifications­AD1866
GROUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS
The AD1866 has two ground pins, designated as AGND (Pin
12) and DGND (Pin 7). The analog ground, AGND, serves as
the "high quality" reference ground for analog signals and as a
return path for the supply current from the analog portion of
the device. The system analog common should be located as
close as possible to Pin 12 to minimize any voltage drop which
may develop between these two points, although the internal
circuit is designed to minimize signal dependence of the analog
return current.
The digital ground, DGND, returns ground current from the
digital logic portion of the device. This pin should be connected
to the digital common node in the system. As shown in Figure
7, the analog and digital grounds should be joined at one point
in a system. When these two grounds are connected such as at
the power supply ground, care should be taken to minimize the
voltage difference between the DGND and AGND pins in or-
der to ensure the specified performance.
POWER SUPPLIES AND DECOUPLING
The AD1866 has three power supply input pins. V
S
(Pins 9 and
15) provide the supply voltages which operate the analog por-
tion of the device including the 16-bit DACs, the voltage refer-
ences, and the output amplifiers. The V
S
supplies are designed
to operate from a +5 V supply. These pins should be decoupled
to the analog ground using a 0.1
µ
F capacitor. Good engineer-
ing practice suggests that the bypass capacitor be placed as
close as possible to the package pins. This minimizes the inher-
ent inductive effects of printed circuit board traces.
V
L
(Pin 1) operates the digital portions of the chip including the
input shift registers and the input latching circuitry. V
L
is also
designed to operate from a +5 V supply. This pin should be by-
passed to digital common using a 0.1
µ
F capacitor, again placed
as close as possible to the package pins. Figure 7 illustrates the
correct connection of the digital and analog supply bypass
capacitors.
An important feature of the AD1866 audio DAC is its ability to
operate at diminished power supply voltages. This feature is
very important in portable battery operated systems. As the bat-
teries discharge, the supply voltage drops. Unlike any other au-
dio DAC, the AD1866 can continue to function at supply
voltages as low as 3.5 V. Because of its unique design, the
power requirements of the AD1866 diminish as the battery volt-
age drops, further extending the operating time of the system.
POWER
SUPPLY
4.7µF
4.7µF
(CAPACITOR VALUES ARE 0.1 µF UNLESS OTHERWISE
INDICATED)
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
NRL
AGND
NRR
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
V
B
R
V
B
L
+
­
+
­
V
S
V
O
L
V
L
V
O
R
V
S
Figure 7. Recommended Circuit Schematic
NOISE REDUCTION CAPACITORS
The AD1866 has two noise reduction pins, designated as NRL
(Pin 13) and NRR (Pin 11). In order to meet specifications, it
is required that external noise reduction capacitors be con-
nected from these pins to AGND to reduce the output noise
contributed by the voltage reference circuitry. As shown in Fig-
ure 7, each of these pins should be bypassed to AGND with a
4.7
µ
F or larger capacitor. The connections between the ca-
pacitors, package pins and AGND should be as short as pos-
sible to achieve the lowest noise.
USING V
B
L AND V
B
R
The AD1866 has two bias voltage reference pins, designated as
V
B
R (Pin 8) and V
B
L (Pin 16). Each of these pins supplies a dc
reference voltage equal to the center of the output voltage swing.
These bias voltages replace "false ground" networks previously
required in single supply audio systems. At the same time, they
allow dc coupled systems, improving audio performance.
AD1866­Analog Circuit Considerations
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+ 5V
+ 5V
+ 5V
FALSE GROUND
(2.5V)
V
O
R
V
O
L
V
O
R
V
O
L
Figure 8a. Schematic Using False Ground
Figure 8a illustrates the traditional approach used to generate
false ground voltages in single supply audio systems. This cir-
cuit requires additional power and circuit board space.
The AD1866 eliminates the need for "false ground" circuitry.
V
B
R and V
B
L generate the required bias voltages previously
generated by the "false ground." As shown in Figure 8b, V
B
R
and V
B
L may be used as the reference point in each output
channel. This permits a dc coupled output signal path. This
eliminates ac coupling capacitors and improves low frequency
performance. It should be noted that these bias outputs have
relatively high output impedance and will not drive output cur-
rents larger than 100
µ
A without degrading the specified
performance.
Analog Circuit Considerations­AD1866
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+5V
+5V
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
NRL
AGND
NRR
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
V
O
L
V
O
R
V
O
R
V
S
V
B
R
V
O
L
V
S
V
L
V
B
L
Figure 8b. Circuitry Using Voltage Biases
DISTORTION PERFORMANCE AND TESTING
The THD+N figure of an audio DAC represents the amount of
undesirable signal produced during reconstruction and play-
back of an audio waveform. Therefore, the THD+N specifica-
tion provides a direct measure to classify and choose an audio
DAC for a desired level of performance. Figure 1 illustrates the
typical THD+N versus frequency performance of the AD1866.
It is evident that the THD+N performance of the AD1866 re-
mains stable at all three amplitude levels through a wide range
of frequencies. A load impedance of at least 2 k
is recom-
mended for best THD+N performance.
Analog Devices tests all AD1866s on the basis of THD+N per-
formance. During the distortion test, a high speed digital pat-
tern generator transmits digital data to each channel of the
device under test. Sixteen-bit data is latched into the DAC at
352.8 kHz (8
×
F
S
). The test input code is a digitally encoded
990.5 Hz sine wave with 0 dB, ­20 dB, and ­60 dB amplitudes.
A 4096 point FFT calculates total harmonic distortion + noise,
signal-to-noise ratio, and D-range. No deglitchers or external
adjustments are used.
AD1866­Digital Circuit Considerations
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L
S
B
M
S
B
M
S
B
L
S
B
CLK
DL
DR
LL
LR
Figure 9. AD1866 Control Signals
INPUT DATA
The digital input port of the AD1866 employs five signals: Data
Left (DL), Data Right (DR), Latch Left (LL), Latch Right
(LR), and Clock (CLK). DL and DR are the serial inputs for
the left and right DACs, respectively. Input data bits are clocked
into the input register on the rising edge of CLK. The falling
edges of LL and LR cause the last 16 bits which were clocked
into the serial registers to be shifted into the DACs, thereby up-
dating the respective DAC outputs. For systems using only a
single latch signal, LL and LR may be connected together. For
systems using only one DATA signal, DR and DL may be con-
nected together. Data is transmitted to the AD1866 in a bit
stream composed of 16-bit words with a serial, twos comple-
ment, MSB first format. Left and right channels share the Clock
(CLK) signal.
Figure 9 illustrates the general signal requirements for data
transfer for the AD1866.
TIMING
Figure 10 illustrates the specific timing requirements that must
be met in order for the data transfer to be accomplished prop-
erly. The input pins of the AD1866 are both TTL and +5 V
CMOS compatible.
>30ns
>10ns
>10ns
>30ns
>30ns
>15ns
>40ns
>40ns
DR/DL
CLK
LR/LL
>67ns
>40ns
Figure 10. AD1866 Input Signal Timing
The maximum clock rate of the AD1866 is specified to be at
least 13.5 MHz. This clock rate allows data transfer rates of 2
×
,
4
×
, 8
×
, and 16
×
F
S
(where F
S
equals 44.1 kHz). The applica-
tions section of this data sheet contains additional guidelines for
using the AD1866.
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In summary, the AD1866 is an excellent choice for multimedia,
battery operated portable or automotive digital audio systems.
In the following sections, some examples of high performance
audio applications featuring the AD1866 are described.
AD1866 with the Sony CXD2550P Digital Filter
Figure 11 illustrates a 16-bit CD player design incorporating an
AD1866 DAC, a Sony CXD2550P digital filter, and 2-pole
antialias filters. This high performance, single supply design op-
erates at 8
×
F
S
and is suitable for portable and automotive ap-
plications. In this design, the CXD2550P filter transmits left
and right channel digital data to the AD1866. The left and right
latch signals, LL and LR, are both provided by the word clock
signal (LRCKO) of the digital filter. The digital data is con-
verted to low distortion output voltages by the output amplifiers
on the AD1866. Also, no deglitching circuitry or external ad-
justments are required. Bypass capacitors, noise reduction
capacitors and the antialias filter details are omitted for clarity.
ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS
In addition to CD player designs, the AD1866 is suited for
similar applications such as DAT, portable musical instruments,
laptop and notebook personal computers, and PC audio I/O
boards. The circuit techniques illustrated here are directly ap-
plicable in those applications. Figures 12, 13, 14, and 15 show
connection diagrams for the AD1866 and several popular digital
filter chips from NPC and Yamaha. Each application operates
at 8
×
F
S
operation. Please refer to the appropriate sections of
this data sheet for additional information.
APPLICATIONS OF THE AD1866
The AD1866 is a high performance audio DAC specifically de-
signed for portable and automotive digital audio applications.
These market segments have technical requirements fundamen-
tally different than those found in the high-end or home use
market segment. Portable equipment must rely on components
which require low amounts of power to offer reasonable play-
back times. Also, battery voltage tends to diminish as the end of
the discharge cycle is approached. The AD1866's ability to op-
erate from a single +5 V supply makes it a good choice for bat-
tery operated gear. And, as the battery voltage drops, the power
dissipation of the AD1866 drops. This extends the usable bat-
tery life. Finally, as the battery supply voltage drops, the bias
voltages and signal swings also drop, preventing signal clipping
and abrupt degradation of distortion. Figure 3 illustrates how
the THD+N performance of the AD1866 remains constant
through a wide supply voltage range.
Automotive equipment relies on components which are able to
consistently perform over a wide range of temperatures. In addi-
tion, due to the limited space available in automotive applica-
tions, small size is essential. The AD1866 has guaranteed
operation between ­35
°
C and +85
°
C, and the 16-pin DIP or
16-pin SOIC package is particularly attractive where overall size
is important.
Since the AD1866 provides dc bias voltages, the entire signal
chain can be dc coupled. This eliminates ac coupling capacitors
from the signal path, improving low frequency performance and
lowering system cost and size.
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14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
8
7
6
5
2
3
1
4
+5V POWER
SUPPLY
LEFT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
RIGHT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
10
15
14
12
11
16
17
13
TEST
CXD2550P
LRCK
SLOT
DATAR
BCKO
LATCH
DATAL
LRCKO
V
DD
NRL
AGND
NRR
1000 pF
6.8k
330
pF
NJM2100
1000 pF
330 pF
V
SS
V
SS
V
L
V
S
V
B
L
V
O
L
V
O
R
V
B
R
V
S
+V
S
6.8k
6.8k
6.8k
6.8k
6.8k
Figure 11. AD1866 with Sony CXD2550P Digital Filter
Applications of the AD1866
AD1866
REV. 0
­10­
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
18
16
15
17
BCKO
WCKO
DOL
DOR
OW18
OW20
SM5813
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
LOW-
PASS
FILTER
LEFT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
RIGHT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
+5V POWER
SUPPLY
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
NRL
AGND
NRR
9
LOW-
PASS
FILTER
COB
V
O
R
V
B
R
V
S
V
O
L
V
S
V
B
L
V
L
V
DD
V
SS
2
V
SS
1
Figure 12. AD1866 with NPC SM5813 Digital Filter
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
LOW
PASS
FILTER
LOW
PASS
FILTER
LEFT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
RIGHT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
BCKO
WDCO
DOR
DOL
SM5818AP
OMOD1
+5V POWER
SUPPLY
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
NRL
AGND
NRR
V
O
L
V
S
V
B
L
V
B
R
V
L
V
S
V
SS
V
DD
V
O
R
Figure 13. AD1866 with NPC SM5818AP Digital Filter
Applications­AD1866
REV. 0
­11­
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
V R
B
LOW-
PASS
FILTER
LEFT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
RIGHT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
+5V POWER
SUPPLY
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
NRL
AGND
NRR
V
O
L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
LOW-
PASS
FILTER
V 2
DD
16/18
ST
BCO
WCO
DRO
DLO
YM3434
V
SS
V
DD
1
V
O
R
V
S
V
B
L
V
S
V
L
Figure 14. AD1866 with Yamaha YM3434 Digital Filter
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
LOW-
PASS
FILTER
LEFT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
RIGHT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
+5V POWER
SUPPLY
BCKO
DI
N
BCK
O
VD
D
WCK
O
DO
L
D
G
DO
R
10
10
15
14
13
12
11
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OW20
WCKO
DOL
DOR
SM5840A/B
BCKO
LOW-
PASS
FILTER
V
SS
V
DD
AD1866
LL
DL
CLK
DR
LR
DGND
NRL
AGND
NRR
V
O
R
V
O
L
V
S
V
B
L
V
L
V
S
V
B
R
Figure 15. AD1866 with NPC SM5840C Digital Filter
AD1866
REV. 0
­12­
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
Dimensions shown in inches and (mm).
C1590­10­12/91
PRINTED IN U.S.A.
Plastic DIP (N) Package
0.125
(3.18)
MIN
0.035
(0.89)
0.18
(4.57)
0.3 (7.62)
0.87 (22.1) MAX
0.25
(6.35)
0.31
(7.87)
0.18 (4.57)
MAX
0.011
(0.28)
1
8
9
16
0.018 (0.46)
0.033 (0.84)
0.1 (2.54)
Plastic SOIC (R) Package
0.042 (1.07)
0.013
(0.32)
0.019 (0.49)
0.05 (1.27)
REF
0.104
(2.65)
0.012
(0.3)
1
8
9
16
0.413
(10.50)
0.419
(10.65)
0.299
(7.60)
0.030
(0.75)
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