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Texas Instruments 24-Bit, 96-/192-kHz, Asynchronous, 4-Ch/4-Ch Audio Codec with 2-VRMS Driver, Hea (Rev. B) Datasheet
PCM5310
PC
M5
310
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24-Bit, 96-/192-kHz, Asynchronous, 4-Channel/4-Channel Audio Codec
with 2-VRMS Driver, Headphone Driver, and 6 Audio Interface Ports
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FEATURES
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• 2- or 2.4-VRMS Output (Typ), 2-VRMS Input (Typ)
• Asynchronous Operation for 2 Stereo DACs
and 2 Stereo ADCs
• 6 Audio Interface Ports with Mux and Bypass
• Performance:
– THD+N (fS = 48 kHz):
0.01% (ADC), 0.01% (DAC)
– SNR/DR (fS = 48 kHz):
95 dB (ADC), 100 dB (DAC)
– Line Input (Stereo x6):
Available for 2-VRMS Input
– Line Output (Stereo x2):
Available for 2-VRMS or 2.4-VRMS Output
– Headphone Output:
> 20 mW into 32 Ω, > 30 mW into 16 Ω
– Sampling Rate:
96 kHz (ADC), 192 kHz (DAC)
– System Clock:
128 fS, 192 fS, 256 fS, 384 fS, 512 fS, 768 fS
– Digital Filter Passband Ripple:
±0.05 dB (ADC), ±0.04 dB (DAC)
– Digital Filter Stop Band Attenuation:
–65 dB (ADC), –50 dB (DAC)
2
• I C™ Interface
• Multifunctions:
– Audio Interface:
I2S™, Left-Justified, and Right-Justified
– Digital Attenuation:
0 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB Steps (DAC),
20 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB Steps (ADC)
– Digital Soft Mute: 1.0-dB Steps to Mute
– Digital De-Emphasis Filter: 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
– Digital Audio Interface Mux and Bypass
– Line Input Level Control: 9, 6, 3, 0 dB
– Line Output Level Control: 0, –0.5, –1.0 dB
– Headphone Output Volume Control:
12 dB to –70 dB in 1-dB Steps
– Oversampling Rate Control for DAC
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Power-Supply Voltage:
– 9 V for 2-VRMS Driver
– 3.3 V for Digital and Analog
Power Consumption:
– 360 mW at fS = 48-kHz Operation
– 25.5 μW in Power-Down Mode
Pop Noise Reduction at Clock Halt
Short-Circuit Protection for Headphone Output
Flexible GPIO Port:
– Internal Mute Flag
– Internal Zero Flag
– Headphone Insertion Detection Status
– Headphone Short-Circuit Protection Status
– Logic Functions (AND, NAND, OR, NOR,
BUF, INV)
Package: 64-Pin HTQFP PowerPAD™
Operating Temperature Range:–25°C to +85°C
APPLICATIONS
•
•
•
Digital TV
DVD Recorder
IP-STB (Set Top Box)
DESCRIPTION
The PCM5310 is a four-channel/four-channel audio
codec with a 2-VRMS driver, headphone amplifier,
analog multiplexer (mux), and six audio interface
ports for digital TV applications.
The PCM5310 accepts left-justified, right-justified,
and I2S audio data formats with 16 or 24 bits. The
PCM5310 also incorporates many functions through
the I2C interface, such as an analog bypass mode,
analog volume control, analog level control, analog
multiplexer, GPIO, zero flag, short protection, deemphasis filter, high-pass filter, and digital attenuator.
The six audio interface ports each have a built-in
digital mux and bypass functions to reduce the need
for additional DSP ports or other devices.
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3
4
Please be aware that an important notice concerning availability, standard warranty, and use in critical applications of
Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet.
PowerPAD is a trademark of Texas Instruments.
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I C, I S are trademarks of NXP Semiconductors.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date.
Products conform to specifications per the terms of the Texas
Instruments standard warranty. Production processing does not
necessarily include testing of all parameters.
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This integrated circuit can be damaged by ESD. Texas Instruments recommends that all integrated circuits be handled with
appropriate precautions. Failure to observe proper handling and installation procedures can cause damage.
ESD damage can range from subtle performance degradation to complete device failure. Precision integrated circuits may be more
susceptible to damage because very small parametric changes could cause the device not to meet its published specifications.
PACKAGING/ORDERING INFORMATION
For the most current package and ordering information, see the Package Option Addendum at the end of this
document, or see the TI website at www.ti.com.
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (1)
Over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted).
Supply voltage
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UNIT
VCCDA, VCCAD, VCCP, VDD
–0.3 to 4.0
V
VCCH
–0.3 to 10
V
±0.1
V
Ground voltage differences: AGNDAD, AGNDDA, PGND, HGND, DGND
Input voltage
–0.3 to 4.0
V
±10
mA
Ambient temperature under bias
–40 to +125
°C
Storage temperature
–55 to +150
°C
Junction temperature
+150
°C
Lead temperature (soldering, 5s)
+260
°C
Package temperature (IR reflow, peak)
+260
°C
Input current (all pins except supplies)
(1)
Stresses beyond those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings
only, and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under Recommended Operating
Conditions is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
Over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted).
PARAMETER
Analog supply voltage, VCCAD, VCCDA, VCCP
Analog supply voltage, VCCH
Digital supply voltage, VDD
MIN
NOM
MAX
3.0
3.3
3.6
V
8.55
9
9.45
V
3.0
3.3
3.6
Analog input voltage, full-scale (–0 dB)
2
Analog output voltage, full-scale (–0 dB)
2
VRMS
4.096
36.864
MHz
32
96
kHz
4.096
36.864
MHz
32
192
kHz
CMOS
ADC system clock
ADC sampling clock
DAC system clock
DAC sampling clock
Analog output load resistance
10
Analog output load capacitance
kΩ
30
Digital output load capacitance
pF
10
Operating free-air temperature, TA
2
V
VRMS
2.4
Digital input logic family
Digital input clock frequency
UNIT
–25
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+85
°C
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS
24-bit data, unless otherwise noted.
(1)
= 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and
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PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
AUDIO DATA
Data Format
Audio data bit length
16, 24
Audio data format
Sampling
frequency
System clock
Bit clock
Bits
I2S, left-justified, right-justified
Audio data interface format
MSB, twos complement
ADC
108
kHz
DAC
216
kHz
ADC
256 fS, 384 fS, 512 fS, 768 fS
MHz
DAC
128 fS, 192 fS, 256 fS, 384 fS, 512 fS, 768 fS
MHz
ADC
48 fS, 64 fS
MHz
DAC
32 fS, 48 fS, 64 fS
MHz
DIGITAL INPUT/OUTPUT
Logic family
CMOS-compatible
VIH
Input logic high level
0.7 VDD
V
VIL
Input logic low level
0.3 VDD
V
IIH
Input logic high current
10
μA
IIL
Input logic low current
–10
μA
VOH
Output logic high level
IOH = 2 mA
VOL
Output logic low level
IOH = –2 mA
0.75 VDD
V
0.25 VDD
V
DAC LINE OUTPUT
Dynamic Performance
Full-scale output voltage
SNR
Digital input = 0 dB, G242, G241
= low
2
VRMS
Digital input = 0 dB, G242, G241
= high
2.4
VRMS
Dynamic range
EIAJ, A-weighted
90
100
dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
EIAJ, A-weighted
90
100
dB
88
97
dB
Channel separation
THD+N
Total harmonic distortion + noise
Digital input = 0 dB, G242, G241
= low
Load resistance
AC load
0.01
0.02
%
10
kΩ
DC Accuracy
Gain error
Digital input = 0 dB, G242, G241
= low
Gain mismatch, channel-tochannel
±3
±13
% of FSR
±3
±13
% of FSR
±120
mV
Bipolar zero error
Zero data input
±40
Center voltage
Zero data input
0.5 VCCDA
V
0, –0.5, –1.0
dB
±0.5
dB
Analog Gain Control
Gain range
Gain error
(1)
fS = sampling rate.
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (continued)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS (1) = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and
24-bit data, unless otherwise noted.
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PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
DAC HEADPHONE OUTPUT
Dynamic Performance
SNR
THD+N
Full-scale output voltage
Digital input = 0 dB, VOL = 0dB
1
VRMS
Dynamic range
EIAJ, A-weighted
85
96
dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
EIAJ, A-weighted
85
96
dB
Channel separation
RL = 32 Ω
88
RL = 32 Ω, VOL = 0 dB
0.1
0.18
%
1
3
%
Total harmonic distortion + noise
RL = 16 Ω, VOL = 0 dB
Load resistance
dB
Ω
16
DC Accuracy
Gain error
Digital input = 0 dB, VOL = 0dB
Gain mismatch, channel-tochannel
±3
±13
% of FSR
±3
±13
% of FSR
±80
mV
Bipolar zero error
Zero data input
±27
Center voltage
Zero data input
0.5 VCCDA
V
Analog Volume
Gain range
–70
12
dB
Gain error
0.5
dB
Gain step
1.0
dB
ADC LINE INPUT
Dynamic Performance
SNR
Full-scale input voltage
Digital input = 0 dB, VOL = 0dB
2
VRMS
Dynamic range
EIAJ, A-weighted
85
95
dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
EIAJ, A-weighted
85
95
dB
93
dB
Channel separation
THD+N
Total harmonic distortion + noise
Analog input = –1 dB, VOL =
0dB
0.01
0.018
%
±3
±13
% of FSR
±3
±13
% of FSR
±50
mV
DC Accuracy
Gain error
Analog input = 0 dB, VOL = 0dB
Gain mismatch, channel-tochannel
Bipolar zero error
Zero data input
±17
Center voltage
Zero data input
0.5 VCCAD
V
Analog Input
Input impedance
37.6
47
56.4
kΩ
Analog Gain Control
Gain range
Gain error
4
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9, 6, 3, 0
dB
±0.5
dB
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (continued)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS (1) = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and
24-bit data, unless otherwise noted.
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PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
ANALOG INPUT TO ANALOG OUTPUT PATH (BYPASS)
Dynamic Performance
SNR
Full-scale input voltage
Analog input = 0 dB, VOL = 0dB
2
VRMS
Full-scale output voltage
Analog input = 0 dB, G242,
G241 = low
2
VRMS
Dynamic range
EIAJ, A-weighted
90
100
dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
EIAJ, A-weighted
90
100
dB
88
97
dB
Channel separation
THD+N
Total harmonic distortion + noise
Analog input = 0 dB, G242,
G241 = low
0.003
0.006
Analog input = 0 dB, G242,
G241 = low
±3
±13
% of FSR
3
±13
% of FSR
±60
mV
%
DC Accuracy
Gain error
Gain mismatch, channel-tochannel
Bipolar zero error
Center voltage
Zero data input
±20
analog input
Zero data input
0.5 VCCAD
V
analog output
Zero data input
0.5 VCCDA
V
Analog Input
Input impedance
37.6
47
56.4
kΩ
0.454 f S
kHz
FILTERS
Interpolation Filters for DAC
Passband
Stop band
0.546 f S
kHz
Passband ripple
±0.04
Stop-band attenuation
–50
dB
dB
Group delay
20/fS
s
De-emphasis error
±0.1
dB
Analog Filter for DAC
Frequency response
fC = 20 kHz
±0.1
dB
Cutoff frequency
Gain = –3 dB
190
kHz
Decimation Filter for ADC
Passband
0.454 f S
Stop band
0.583 f S
kHz
Passband ripple
±0.05
Stop-band attenuation
–65
Group delay
kHz
dB
dB
17.4/fS
s
Analog Filter for ADC
Frequency response
fC = 20 kHz
±0.01
dB
Cutoff frequency
Gain = –3 dB
500
kHz
Gain = –3 dB
0.91
Hz
High-Pass Filter for ADC
Frequency response
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (continued)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS (1) = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and
24-bit data, unless otherwise noted.
PCM5310
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
POWER-SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
VDD
Digital voltage range
3
3.3
3.6
V
VCCAD
DAC voltage range
3
3.3
3.6
V
VCCDA
ADC voltage range
3
3.3
3.6
V
VCCP
Headphone driver voltage range
3
3.3
3.6
V
VCCH
2-VRMS driver voltage range
8.55
9
9.45
V
98
120
mA
Supply current
Power dissipation
Zero data input, all active
6
100
μA
Zaro data input, all active
360
450
mW
All power-down
25.5
350
μW
All power-down
TEMPERATURE RANGE
Operating temperature range
θJA
6
Thermal resistance
–25
HTQFP-64
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+85
21
°C
°C/W
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PIN ASSIGNMENTS
VCOMAD
VREFAD2
VREFAD1
AGNDAD
VCCAD
AMUTE
RSTB
GPIO3
GPIO2
GPIO1
DATA6
LRCK6
BCK6
SCK6
DATA5
LRCK5
PAP PACKAGE
HTQFP-64
(TOP VIEW)
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
AIN1L
1
48 BCK5
AIN1R
2
47 SCK5
AIN2L
3
46 DATA4
AIN2R
4
45 LRCK4
AIN3L
5
44 BCK4
AIN3R
6
43 SCK4
AIN4L
7
42 DGND
AIN4R
8
AIN5L
9
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PowerPAD
41 VDD
40 DATA3
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
DATA1
18
HPOR
17
LRCK1
33 SCK2
BCK1
LO2R 16
SCK1
34 BCK2
SCL
LO2L 15
SDA
35 LRCK2
AGNDS
LO1R 14
VCOMDA
36 DATA2
VCCDA
LO1L 13
AGNDDA
37 SCK3
PGND
AIN6R 12
VCCP
38 BCK3
HPOL
AIN6L 11
VCCH
39 LRCK3
HGND
AIN5R 10
PIN DESCRIPTIONS
PIN
NAME
NO.
I/O
AIN1L
1
I
Line input 1 L-channel
DESCRIPTION
AIN1R
2
I
Line input 1 R-channel
AIN2L
3
I
Line input 2 L-channel
AIN2R
4
I
Line input 2 R-channel
AIN3L
5
I
Line input 3 L-channel
AIN3R
6
I
Line input 3 R-channel
AIN4L
7
I
Line input 4 L-channel
AIN4R
8
I
Line input 4 R-channel
AIN5L
9
I
Line input 5 L-channel
AIN5R
10
I
Line input 5 R-channel
AIN6L
11
I
Line input 6 L-channel
AIN6R
12
I
Line input 6 R-channel
LO1L
13
O
Line output 1 L-channel
LO1R
14
O
Line output 1 R-channel
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PIN DESCRIPTIONS (continued)
PIN
NAME
NO.
I/O
LO2L
15
O
Line output 2 L-channel
LO2R
16
O
Line output 2 R-channel
HPOL
19
O
Headphone output L-channel
HPOR
22
O
Headphone output R-channel
VCOMDA
25
—
Common voltage for DAC
VCOMAD
64
—
Common voltage for ADC
VREFAD1
62
—
Reference voltage 1 for ADC
VREFAD2
63
—
Reference voltage 2 for ADC
VCCAD
60
—
Power supply for ADC (3.3-V typical)
AGNDAD
61
—
Ground for ADC
VCCDA
23
—
Power supply for DAC (3.3-V typical)
AGNDDA
24
—
Ground for DAC
VCCP
20
—
Power supply for headphone (3.3-V typical)
PGND
21
—
Ground for headphone
VDD
41
—
Power supply for digital (3.3-V typical)
DGND
42
—
Digital ground
VCCH
18
—
Power supply for 2-VRMS driver (9.0-V typical)
HGND
17
—
Ground for 2-VRMS driver
AGNDS
26
—
Analog ground
SCK1
29
I/O
PORT-1 system clock
BCK1
30
I/O
PORT-1 serial bit clock
LRCK1
31
I/O
PORT-1 left and right channel clock
DATA1
32
I/O
PORT-1 serial audio data
SCK2
33
I/O
PORT-2 system clock
BCK2
34
I/O
PORT-2 serial bit clock
LRCK2
35
I/O
PORT-2 left and right channel clock
DATA2
36
I/O
PORT-2 serial audio data
SCK3
37
I/O
PORT-3 system clock
BCK3
38
I/O
PORT-3 serial bit clock
LRCK3
39
I/O
PORT-3 left and right channel clock
DATA3
40
I/O
PORT-3 serial audio data
SCK4
43
I/O
PORT-4 system clock
BCK4
44
I/O
PORT-4 serial bit clock
LRCK4
45
I/O
PORT-4 left and right channel clock
DATA4
46
I/O
PORT-4 serial audio data
SCK5
47
I/O
PORT-5 system clock
BCK5
48
I/O
PORT-5 serial bit clock
LRCK5
49
I/O
PORT-5 left and right channel clock
DATA5
50
I/O
PORT-5 serial audio data
SCK6
51
I/O
PORT-6 system clock
BCK6
52
I/O
PORT-6 serial bit clock
LRCK6
53
I/O
PORT-6 left and right channel clock
DATA6
54
I/O
PORT-6 serial audio data
SCL
28
I
Clock for I2C interface
SDA
27
I/O
Data for I2C interface
GPIO1
55
I/O
General-purpose input and output 1
GPIO2
56
I/O
General-purpose input and output 2
GPIO3
57
I/O
General-purpose input and output 3
RSTB
58
I
Reset (active low)
AMUTE
59
I
Analog mute control for all analog outputs (active high)
8
DESCRIPTION
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GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
SCL
SDA
SCK6
BCK6
LRCK6
DATA6
SCK5
BCK5
LRCK5
DATA5
SCK4
BCK4
LRCK4
DATA4
SCK3
BCK3
LRCK3
DATA3
SCK2
BCK2
LRCK2
DATA2
SCK1
BCK1
LRCK1
DATA1
RSTB
AMUTE
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
I2C
GPIO
Digital Audio Interface
with Mux and Bypass
Interpolation Filter
and
De-Emphasis
Decimation Filter
and
High-Pass Filter (HPF)
AGNDS
DGND
Stereo
ADC
Stereo
ADC
Power Supply
VDD
Stereo
DAC
Stereo
DAC
PGND
VCCP
HGND
VCCH
AGNDDA
VCCDA
AGNDAD
(VCCAD)
HP
VCOMDA
VCOMAD
REFADN
REFADP
HPOL
LO2R
LO2L
LO1R
LO1L
AIN6R
AIN6L
AIN5L
AIN5R
AIN4R
AIN4L
AIN3L
AIN3R
AIN2R
AIN2L
AIN1R
AIN1L
HP
VCOM
VREF
Mux
HPOR
Mux
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Digital Filter (DAC) Sharp, Slow
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
(0 fS to 4 fS)
0
FREQUENCY RESPONSE, PASSBAND
(0 fS to 0.5 fS)
0.1
-20
0
-40
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
-0.1
-60
-80
-0.2
-100
-0.3
-120
-0.4
-140
-0.5
-160
0
1
2
3
0
4
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
Normalized Frequency (x fS)
Normalized Frequency (x fS)
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Analog Filter (DAC)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
(0 Hz to 10 MHz)
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
(0 Hz to 100 kHz)
2
0
-20
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
1
-40
-60
0
-1
-80
-100
1
10
100
1k
10 k
Frequency (Hz)
100 k
1M
10 M
-2
1
10
100
1k
10 k
100 k
Frequency (Hz)
Figure 3.
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Figure 4.
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Digital Filter (ADC)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
(0 fS to 32 fS)
0
FREQUENCY RESPONSE, PASSBAND
(0 fS to 0.5 fS)
0.1
-20
0
-40
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
-0.1
-60
-80
-100
-0.2
-0.3
-120
-0.4
-140
-0.5
-160
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
0
32
0.1
0.3
0.4
Figure 5.
Figure 6.
HIGH-PASS FILTER RESPONSE
(0 fS to 0.4 fS)
HIGH-PASS FILTER RESPONSE
(0 fS to 0.1 fS)
0
0
-5
-5
-10
-10
-15
-15
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
0.2
0.5
Normalized Frequency (x fS)
Normalized Frequency (x fS)
-20
-25
-30
-20
-25
-30
-35
-35
-40
-40
-45
-45
-50
-50
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0
Normalized Frequency (x fS)
0.02
0.04
0.06
0.08
0.10
Normalized Frequency (x fS)
Figure 7.
Figure 8.
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Analog Performance (DAC)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
VCC SUPPLY VOLTAGE
0.1
110
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO AND DATA RATE
vs
VCC SUPPLY VOLTAGE
THD+N_48(%)
THD+N_96(%)
105
SNR, DR (dB)
THD+N (%)
THD+N_192(%)
0.01
100
95
SNR_48(dB)
SNR_96(dB)
SNR_192(dB)
90
DR_48(dB)
DR_96(dB)
DR_192(dB)
0.001
85
3.0
3.3
3.6
VCC (V)
3.0
3.3
VCC (V)
Figure 9.
Figure 10.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
TEMPERATURE
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO AND DATA RATE
vs
TEMPERATURE
0.1
3.6
110
THD+N_48(%)
THD+N_96(%)
105
SNR, DR (dB)
THD+N (%)
THD+N_192(%)
0.01
100
95
SNR_48(dB)
SNR_96(dB)
90
SNR_192(dB)
DR_48(dB)
DR_96(dB)
DR_192(dB)
0.001
-25
85
0
25
50
75
100
-25
Temperature (°C)
25
50
75
100
Temperature (°C)
Figure 11.
12
0
Figure 12.
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All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
VCC SUPPLY VOLTAGE
0.1
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO AND DATA RATE
vs
VCC SUPPLY VOLTAGE
110
THD+N_48(%)
SNR_48(dB)
SNR_96(dB)
THD+N_96(%)
DR_48(dB)
DR_96(dB)
SNR, DR (dB)
THD+N (%)
105
0.01
100
95
90
0.001
85
3.0
3.3
3.6
3.0
3.3
3.6
VCC (V)
VCC (V)
Figure 13.
Figure 14.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
TEMPERATURE
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO AND DATA RATE
vs
TEMPERATURE
0.1
110
THD+N_48(%)
THD+N_96(%)
SNR, DR (dB)
THD+N (%)
105
0.01
100
95
90
SNR_48(dB)
SNR_96(dB)
DR_48(dB)
DR_96(dB)
0.001
85
-25
0
25
50
75
100
-25
Temperature (°C)
0
25
50
75
100
Temperature (°C)
Figure 15.
Figure 16.
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Analog Performance (Headphone)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
OUTPUT POWER
(48 kHz, 16 Ω)
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
OUTPUT POWER
(48 kHz, 32 Ω)
100
100
THD+N_3V(%)
THD+N_3.3V(%)
THD+N_3.6V(%)
THD+N_3V(%)
THD+N_3.3V(%)
THD+N_3.6V(%)
10
THD+N (%)
THD+N (%)
10
1
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
0.01
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
10
100
20
40
50
Figure 17.
Figure 18.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
OUTPUT POWER
(48 kHz, 0 dB, 6 dB, 12 dB, 16 Ω)
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
vs
OUTPUT POWER
(48 kHz, 0 dB, 6 dB, 12 dB, 32 Ω)
10
60
10
THD+N_0dB(%)
THD+N_0dB(%)
THD+N_6dB(%)
THD+N_6dB(%)
THD+N_12dB(%)
THD+N_12dB(%)
1
THD+N (%)
THD+N (%)
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
0.01
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Output Power (mW)
Output Power (mW)
Figure 19.
14
30
Output Power (mW)
Output Power (mW)
Figure 20.
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Output Spectrum (DAC)
All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(–60 dB, 0 kHz to 20 kHz)
0
0
-20
-20
-40
-40
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(0 dB, 0 kHz to 20 kHz)
-60
-80
-60
-80
-100
-100
-120
-120
-140
-140
0
5
10
15
20
Frequency (kHz)
0
10
Frequency (kHz)
Figure 21.
Figure 22.
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(Zero Data Input, 0 kHz to 20 kHz)
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(Zero Data Input, 0 kHz to 130 kHz)
0
5
15
20
20
0
-20
-20
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
-40
-60
-80
-40
-60
-80
-100
-100
-120
-120
-140
-140
0
5
10
15
20
0
20
40
60
80
Frequency (kHz)
Frequency (kHz)
Figure 23.
Figure 24.
100
120
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All specifications at TA = +25°C, VDD = VCCAD = VCCDA = VCCP = 3.3 V, VCCH = 9 V, fS = 48 kHz, system clock = 256 fS, and 24bit data, unless otherwise noted.
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(–60 dB, 0 kHz to 20 kHz)
20
20
0
0
-20
-20
Amplitude (dB)
Amplitude (dB)
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(0 dB, 0 kHz to 20 kHz)
-40
-60
-80
-40
-60
-80
-100
-100
-120
-120
-140
-140
0
5
10
Frequency (kHz)
15
0
20
5
10
15
20
Frequency (kHz)
Figure 25.
Figure 26.
AMPLITUDE
vs
FREQUENCY
(Zero Data Input, 0 kHz to 20 kHz)
20
0
Amplitude (dB)
-20
-40
-60
-80
-100
-120
-140
0
5
10
Frequency (kHz)
15
20
Figure 27.
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION
ANALOG INPUTS
The PCM5310 includes a four-channel analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with a programmable gain amplifier
(PGA) and six stereo analog inputs with a 2-VRMS input. Pins AIN1L/1R to AIN6L/6R are connected to the ADC
left (L) or right ®) channel through the analog multiplexer (mux) and PGA, as shown in Figure 28. If the analog
input voltage level is less than 2 VRMS, it can be amplified by using the PGA. The gain level can be set to 9 dB,
6 dB, or 3 dB. The descriptions for the analog input registers are shown in Table 1.
AIN1L
AIN2L
AIN3L
AIN4L
AIN5L
AIN6L
1L-MUX
PGA-AD1L
AIN1R
AIN2R
AIN3R
AIN4R
AIN5R
AIN6R
ADC-1L
1R-MUX
PGA-AD1R
ADC-1R
2L-MUX
PGA-AD2L
ADC-2L
2R-MUX
PGA-AD2R
ADC-2R
Figure 28. Analog Inputs
Table 1. Analog Input Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Analog input mux selection for ADC1L/1R
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
20
AX1R[2:0], AX1L[2:0]
Analog input mux selection for ADC2L/2R
21
AX2R[2:0], AX2L[2:0]
Analog input gain control for ADC1L/1RW
22
AG1R[1:0], AG1L[1:0]
Analog input gain control for ADC2L/2R
23
AG2R[1:0], AG2L[1:0]
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ANALOG OUTPUTS
The PCM5310 includes a four-channel digital-to-analog converter (DAC), two stereo line outputs with analog
level control, a headphone output with analog volume control, and an analog multiplexer (mux) with analog direct
input path. Line outputs (LO1L, LO1R, LO2L, LO2R) have a 2-VRMS capability without external amplifiers. If an
audio application requires a higher output voltage level, the PCM5310 can achieve a 2.4-VRMS output.
The headphone output (HPOL, HPOR) has a driving capability of more than 30 mW of output power into a 16-Ω
load at 0.1% THD, and an analog volume with zero crossing that can be controlled from –70 dB to 12 dB. For
audio applications that require it, the analog volume for the L- and R-channels can be set simultaneously using
the headphone output update control.
The line outputs and headphone output can select analog input sources from all the analog inputs and each DAC
channel, as shown in Figure 29. The descriptions for the analog output registers are shown in Table 2.
AIN1L
AIN2L
AIN3L
AIN4L
AIN5L
AIN6L
PGA-L01R
DAC-1L
DAC-1R
MUX-LO1R
PGA-L01L
MUX-LO1L
AIN1R
AIN2R
AIN3R
AIN4R
AIN5R
AIN6R
HP
PGA-HPOR
HP
MUX-LO2R
MUX-HPOL
PGA-HPOL
DAC-2R
MUX-HPOR
PGA-L02R
MUX-LO2L
DAC-2L
PGA-L02L
Figure 29. Analog Outputs
Table 2. Analog Output Registers
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Gain level control for line outputs
27
GL2R[1:0], GL2L[1:0], GL1R[1:0], GL1L[1:0]
2.0 VRMS or 2.4 VRMS selection for line outputs
28
G242, G241
Headphone volume zero crossing update control
30
HUPE, HSUR, HSUL, HZRS
31, 32
HMUL, HMUR, HVOL[6:0], HVOR[6:0]
Analog output mux selection for line output 1
24
AL1R[3:0], AL1L[3:0]
Analog output mux selection for line output 2
25
AL2R[3:0], AL2L[3:0]
Analog output mux selection for headphone output
26
AHPR[3:0], AHPL[3:0]
Headphone output volume level setting
18
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SYSTEM CLOCK INPUT, OUTPUT, AND fS AUTOMATIC DETECTION
The PCM5310 has six system clock input ports: SCK1, SCK2, SCK3, SCK4, SCK5, and SCK6. Each input port
can receive an independent clock at various frequencies. These ports are used for the internal clock of the digital
filters and delta-sigma modulators, which are combined into a single common audio clock. The PCM5310
automatically detects the input clock rate at 128 fS, 192 fS, 256 fS, 384 fS, 512 fS or 768 fS (where fS is the audio
sampling rate); if necessary, automatic clock rate detection can be disabled. The descriptions for the system
clock input, output, and fS automatic detection registers are shown in Table 3. Table 4 shows the frequency of
the common audio clock. Figure 30 and Table 5 shows the timing requirements for the system clock input.
Table 3. System Clock Input, Output, and fS Automatic Detection Registers
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Master or slave with fS detection for DAC12
44
DMS12[3:0]
Audio interface format for DAC12
44
DFM12[1:0]
Master or slave with fS detection for DAC34
54
DMS34[3:0]
Audio interface format for DAC34
54
DFM34[1:0]
Master or slave with fS detection for ADC12
84
AMS12[3:0]
Audio interface format for ADC12
84
AFM12[1:0]
Master or slave with fS detection for ADC34
94
AMS34[3:0]
Audio interface format for ADC34
94
AFM34[1:0]
SCK6 clock output selection
07
PSC6[2:0]
Table 4. System Clock Frequencies for the Common Audio Clock
SAMPLING
FREQUENCY
(kHz)
256 fS
384 fS
512 fS
768 fS
6.1440
8.1920
12.2880
16.3840
24.5760
44.1
5.6488
8.4672
11.2896
16.9344
22.5792
33.8688
48
6.1440
9.2160
12.2880
18.4320
24.5760
36.8640
88.2
11.2896
16.9344
22.5792
33.8688
Not supported
Not supported
96
12.2880
18.4320
24.5760
36.8640
Not supported
Not supported
22.5792
33.8688
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
24.5760
36.8640
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
192 (1)
192 fS
(1)
4.0960
(1)
128 fS
(1)
32
176.4
(1)
SYSTEM CLOCK FREQUENCY (MHz)
This sampling frequency and system clock frequency are supported only for the DAC.
tSCH
High
2.0 V
SCK1 to 6
0.8 V
Low
tSCL
tSCY
Figure 30. System Clock Input Timing
Table 5. Timing Characteristics for Figure 30
PARAMETER
MIN
MAX
UNIT
tSCY
System clock cycle time
25
ns
tSCH
System clock high time
0.4 tSCY
ns
tSCL
System clock low time
0.4 tSCY
System clock duty cycle
40
ns
60
%
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POWER ON/OFF RESET
The power-on reset (POR) circuit generates a reset signal at typically 2.2 V; this circuit does not depend on the
other power supplies: VCCDA, VCCAD, VCCH, and VCCP. The internal circuit is cleared to default status, then all
analog and digital outputs have no signal. It is recommended to turn the device on and off as shown in Figure 31,
in order to avoid loud, audible pop noises when powering the device on or off.
2.2 V Typical
(1.6 V to 2.8 V)
1.6 V Typical
(1.0 V to 2.0 V)
VDD
Power-On Reset
RSTB
0 s (min)
2
I C Setting is Effective
2
I C Setting
1 ms (min)
Power-Up for ADCs and DACs
SCKx
Internal Reset for
ADCs and DACs
(1)
Clock Input
Clock Input
(1)
Clock Input
1024 Clocks
RSTB is active low. 100 ns (minimum) is needed for an effective reset to the internal circuit.
Figure 31. Power On/Off Reset
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REGISTER RESET AND SYSTEM RESET (Register 01)
Register reset (MRST) clears all register data to the default setting. The MRST register is automatically set to '1'
after the reset.
System reset (SRST) clears all internal circuits, including all register data, to default status simultaneously. The
SRST register is automatically set to '1' after the reset.
Note that the PCM5310 may have audible pop noises on the analog and digital outputs when enabling MRST
and SRST.
The descriptions for the register reset and system reset registers are shown in Table 6.
Table 6. Reset Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Reset register data only
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
01
MRST
Reset for all circuits including register data
01
SRST
RSTB Control
Taking RSTB (pin 58) from high to low clears all internal circuits to default status. If an application does not
require reset control, RSTB should be connected with an RC passive delay circuit to the digital power supply
(VDD).
Note that the PCM5310 may have audible pop noises on the analog and digital outputs when enabling RSTB.
The RSTB control status descriptions are shown in Table 6.
Table 7. RSTB Control
RSTB (PIN 58) STATUS
DESCRIPTION
Low
Reset all circuits including register data
High
Reset release
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POWER-SUPPLY SEQUENCE AND POWER ON/OFF SEQUENCE
In order to reduce audible pop noise, a register setting sequence is required after turning on all power supplies
and before turning off all power supplies. Any modules that are not used in the application or system should be
powered down after the recommended power-on sequence. Before the power-off sequence, all modules should
be in a power-on state. The recommended power-supply sequence is shown in Figure 32. The recommended
register settings are shown in Table 8 and Table 9.
VDD, VCCP,
VCCAD, VCCDA
VCCH (9 V)
Recommended
Power-On
Sequence
2
I C Register Setting
Analog Output
(1)
Recommended
Power-Off
Sequence
Half of
Power-Supply
Voltage
37.5 ms to 1000 ms
75 ms to 2000 ms
(2)
Digital Output
(1)
Ramp up/down time for the analog output can be changed through the register setting (see Register 18, PDTM[2:0]).
(2)
A 1.0-µF capacitor should be connected to the VCOMAD and VCOMDA pins.
Figure 32. Recommended Power On/Off Sequence
Table 8. Recommended Register Settings When Powered On
REGISTER SETTING
STEP
(1)
22
ADDRESS
DATA
DESCRIPTION
1
—
—
Turn on all power supplies
2
11
00
Analog bias power up
3
1F
49
Headphone output L-channel mute disable and level (–42 dB) setting (1)
4
20
49
Headphone output R-channel mute disable and level (–42 dB) setting (1)
5
1E
B0
Headphone volume update control
6
1B
00
Line output gain (0 dB) control from DAC (1)
7
1C
00
Line output 2 VRMS and 2.4 VRMS mode select
8
2A
FF
DAC12 L-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
9
2B
FF
DAC12 R-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
10
29
00
DAC12 digital mute setting and digital gain boost
11
28
B1
DAC12 digital attenuation/mute control and zero crossing enable
12
34
FF
DAC34 L-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
13
35
FF
DAC34 R-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
14
33
00
DAC34 digital mute setting and digital gain (0 dB) boost
15
32
B1
DAC34 digital attenuation/mute control and zero crossing enable
16
52
D5
ADC12 L-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
17
53
D5
ADC12 R-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
Any level is acceptable for volume, gain, and attenuation. The level should be resumed by register data recorded when the system
powers off.
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Table 8. Recommended Register Settings When Powered On (continued)
REGISTER SETTING
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
STEP
ADDRESS
DATA
DESCRIPTION
18
51
00
ADC12 digital mute disable
19
50
01
ADC12 digital attenuation/mute control and zero crossing enable
20
5C
D7
ADC34 L-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
21
5D
D7
ADC34 R-channel digital attenuation level (0 dB) setting (1)
22
5B
00
ADC34 digital mute disable
23
5A
01
ADC34 digital attenuation/mute control and zero crossing enable
24
18
77
Line output 1 L-/R-channel mux select
25
19
00
Line output 2 L-/R-channel mux select
26
1A
88
Headphone output L-/R-channel mux select
27
14
11
ADC12 analog input mux select (AIN1L/R) (2)
28
15
22
ADC34 analog input mux select (AIN2L/R) (2)
29
16
00
ADC12 analog input gain level (0 dB) setting (1)
30
17
00
ADC34 analog input gain level (0 dB) setting (1)
31
65
98
Audio interface (LRCKx/BCKx) PORT-1 and PORT-2 setting (ADC12/34, master) (3)
32
66
98
Audio interface (DATAx) PORT-1 and PORT-2 setting (DATA output of ADC12/34) (3)
33
67
10
Audio interface (SCKx) PORT-1 and PORT-2 setting (input of SCK1/2) (4)
34
68
32
Audio interface (LRCKx/BCKx) PORT-3 and PORT-4 setting (input of LRCK3/4,
BCK3/4) (4)
35
69
32
Audio interface (DATAx) PORT-3 and PORT-4 setting (input of DATA3/4) (4)
36
6A
32
Audio interface (SCKx) PORT-3 and PORT-4 setting (input of SCK3/4) (4)
37
6B
54
Audio interface (LRCKx/BCKx) PORT-5 and PORT-6 setting (input of LRCK3/4,
BCK3/4) (4)
38
6C
54
Audio interface (DATAx) PORT-5 and PORT-6 setting (input of DATA5/6) (4)
39
6D
54
Audio interface (SCKx) PORT-5 and PORT-6 setting (input of SCK5/6) (4)
40
6E
43
DAC12 and DAC34 LRCK/BCK select (4)
41
6F
43
DAC12 and DAC34 DATA select (4)
42
70
43
DAC12 and DAC34 SCK select (4)
43
74
89
ADC12 and ADC34 LRCK/BCK select (ADC12/34, master) (4)
44
75
10
ADC12 and ADC34 SCK select (4)
45
76
76
GPIO control or GPIO1 and GPIO2 audio data select
46
2C
80
DAC12 audio interface and master/slave select (5)
47
36
80
DAC34 audio interface and master/slave select (5)
48
54
40
ADC12 audio interface and master/slave select (master, 256 fS) (5)
49
5E
40
ADC34 audio interface and master/slave select (master, 256 fS) (5)
50
12
11
Analog back-end and front-end power-up
51
2E
00
DAC12 power-up
52
38
00
DAC34 power-up
53
55
00
ADC12 power-up
54
5F
00
ADC34 power-up
55
12
01
Common voltage (VCOM) power-up and ramp up/down time setting
Any input terminals are acceptable for input of ADC12 and ADC34.
These settings are not required if application does not use audio interface mux and bypass selection.
These settings are not required if application does not use audio interface mux and bypass selection.
These settings are not required if application uses slave mode for audio interface and SCK automatic fS detection.
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Table 9. Recommended Register Setting When Powered Off
REGISTER SETTING
24
STEP
ADDRESS
DATA
DESCRIPTION
1
18
00
Line output1 L- and R-channel mux select
2
19
00
Line output2 L- and R-channel mux select
3
1A
00
Headphone output L- and R-channel mux select
4
14
00
ADC12 analog input mux select
5
15
00
ADC34 analog input mux select
6
12
11
Common voltage (VCOM) power-down and ramp up/down time setting
7
55
80
ADC12 power-down
8
5F
80
ADC34 power-down
9
2E
80
DAC12 power-down
10
38
80
DAC34 power-down
11
12
71
Analog back-end and front-end power-down
12
11
80
Analog bias power-down
13
—
—
Turn off all power supplies
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AUDIO SERIAL INTERFACE
The PCM5310 has six audio interface ports: SCKx, BCKx, LRCKx, and DATAx (bidirectional). Each port or signal
can be connected to any ADC or DAC. If an audio system application wants to bypass an audio signal, the
PCM5310 can bypass from any port to any port. Refer to Figure 33 for a diagram of the of the audio interface
port and mux. See Figure 47 to Figure 52 for detailed diagrams of PORT-1 to PORT-6.
The audio interface consists of LRCKs, BCKs, and DATAs. The sampling rate (fS), left channel and right channel
data are present on the LRCKs. The DATAs receive the serial audio data from the interpolation filter for the DAC,
and the DATAs transmit the serial data to the decimation filter. The BCKs are used to receive and transmit the
serial audio data on the DATAs by high-to-low transition. The BCKs and LRCKs should be synchronized with the
system clocks, SCKs. The PCM5310 operates with the LRCKs/BCKs synchronized with the SCKs; however, the
PCM5310 does not need a specific phase between the BCKs/LRCKs and the SCKs. Each audio interface port
can select either the master or slave mode, and generate the LRCKs and BCKs from the SCKs in master mode.
The descriptions for the audio serial interface registers are shown in Table 6.
Table 10. Audio Serial Interface Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Master or slave with fS detection for DAC12
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
44
DMS12[3:0]
Audio interface format for DAC12
44
DFM12[1:0]
Master or slave with fS detection for DAC34
54
DMS34[3:0]
Audio interface format for DAC34
54
DFM34[1:0]
Master or slave with fS detection for ADC12
84
AMS12[3:0]
Audio interface format for ADC12
84
AFM12[1:0]
Master or slave with fS detection for ADC34
94
AMS34[3:0]
Audio interface format for ADC34
94
AFM34[1:0]
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
101
LBS2[3:0], LBS1[3:0]
DATA selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
102
DTS2[3:0], DTS1[3:0]
SCK selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
103
SCS2[2:0], SCS1[2:0]
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
104
LBS4[3:0], LBS3[3:0]
DATA selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
105
DTS4[3:0], DTS3[3:0]
SCK selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
106
SCS4[2:0], SCS3[2:0]
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
107
LBS6[3:0], LBS5[3:0]
DATA selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
108
DTS6[3:0], DTS5[3:0]
SCK selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
109
SCS6[2:0], SCS5[2:0]
LRCK/BCK selection of DAC12 and DAC34
110
D34LB[3:0], D12LB[3:0]
DATA selection of DAC12 and DAC34
111
D34DT[3:0], D12DT[3:0]
SCK selection of DAC12 and DAC34
112
D34S[2:0], D12S[2:0]
LRCK/BCK selection of ADC12 and ADC34
116
A34LB[3:0], A12LB[3:0]
SCK selection of ADC12 and ADC34
117
A34SC[2:0], A12SC[2:0]
GPIO-1 and GPIO-2 audio data selection
118
GP2S[3:0], GP1S[3:0]
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LRCK1
DATA1
DATA from ADC12
LRCK, BCK, DATA, SCK from PORT-1
LRCK, BCK, DATA, SCK from PORT-2
LRCK, BCK, DATA, SCK from PORT-3
LRCK, BCK, DATA, SCK from PORT-4
LRCK, BCK, DATA, SCK from PORT-5
LRCK, BCK, DATA, SCK from PORT-6
SCK1
LRCK2
BCK2
DATA2
LRCK, BCK at Master
PORT-1
MUX_AD12
BCK1
LRCK, BCK, SCK for ADC12
PORT-2
DATA from ADC34
LRCK, BCK at Master
MUX_AD34
LRCK3
DATA3
ADC12
Reg 116 A12LB[3:0]
Reg 117 A12S[2:0]
SCK2
BCK3
BCK/LRCK
Master
PORT-3
SCK3
LRCK, BCK, SCK for ADC34
BCK/LRCK
Master
ADC34
Reg 116 A34LB[3:0]
Reg 117 A34S[2:0]
LRCK4
BCK4
DATA4
PORT-4
LRCK, BCK at Master
MUX_DA12
SCK4
LRCK5
BCK5
DATA5
PORT-5
BCK/LRCK
Master
LRCK, BCK, SCK for DAC12
Reg 110 D12LB[3:0]
Reg 111 D12DT[3:0]
Reg 112 D12S[2:0]
DAC12
SCK5
LRCK, BCK at Master
BCK6
DATA6
MUX_DA34
LRCK6
PORT-6
SCK6
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO1
GPIO2
BCK/LRCK
Master
LRCK, BCK, SCK for DAC34
Reg 110 D34LB[3:0]
Reg 111 D34DT[3:0]
Reg 112 D34S[2:0]
DATA for DAC12/34 from GPIO1 and GPIO2
DATA for ADC12/34 to GPIO1 and GPIO2
DAC34
To
Register
Mapping
Figure 33. Audio Interface Port and Mux
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AUDIO DATA FORMATS AND TIMING
The PCM5310 supports I2S, left-justified, and right-justified data formats with 32 fS, 48 fS, or 64 fS BCK rates for
digital input, and 48 fS or 64 fS BCK rates for the ADC. The data formats are shown in Figure 34 and can be
selected through the I2C interface. All formats require binary twos complement, MSB first audio data. The default
format is 16- to 24-bits I2S. Figure 35 and Figure 36 show detailed timing diagrams. The descriptions for the
audio interface data format registers are shown in Table 11.
Table 11. Audio Interface Data Format Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Audio interface format for DAC12
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
44
DFM12[1:0]
Audio interface format for DAC34
54
DFM34[1:0]
Audio interface format for ADC12
84
AFM12[1:0]
Audio interface format for ADC34
94
AFM34[1:0]
(a) Right-Justified Data Format; L-Channel = HIGH, R-Channel = LOW
1/fS
LRCK
R-Channel
L-Channel
BCK
(= 32 fS, 48 fS, or 64 fS)
DATA
MSB
LSB
MSB
LSB
2
(b) I S Data Format; L-Channel = LOW, R-Channel = HIGH
1/fS
LRCK
L-Channel
R-Channel
BCK
(= 32 fS, 48 fS, or 64 fS)
DATA
MSB
LSB
MSB
LSB
(c) Left-Justified Data Format; L-Channel = HIGH, R-Channel = LOW
1/fS
LRCK
L-Channel
R-Channel
BCK
(= 32 fS, 48 fS, or 64 fS)
DATA
MSB
LSB
MSB
LSB
Figure 34. Audio Data Input and Output Formats
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tBCL
tBCH
BCKx
(Input)
1. 4 V
tBCY
tLRH
tLRS
LRCKx
(Input)
1. 4 V
tDOD
DATAx(1)
(Output Mode)
0.5 VDD
tDIS
tDIH
DATAx
(Input Mode)
(1)
1. 4 V
Load capacitance of output is 20 pF.
Figure 35. Audio Interface Timing (Slave Mode)
Table 12. Timing Requirements for Figure 35
PARAMETER
28
MIN
MAX
UNIT
tBCY
BCKx cycle time
75
ns
tBCH
BCKx pulse width high
35
ns
tBCL
BCKx pulse width low
35
ns
tLRS
LRCKx set-up time to BCKx rising edge
15
ns
tLRH
LRCKx hold time to BCKx rising edge
10
ns
tDIS
DATAx setup time to BCKx rising edge
10
ns
tDIH
DATAx hold time to BCKx rising edge
10
ns
tDOD
DATAx delay time from BCKx falling edge
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tBCH
tBCL
BCKx
(Output)
0.5 VDD
tBCY
tLRD
LRCKx
(Output)
0.5 VDD
tDOD
(1)
DATAx
(Output Mode)
0.5 VDD
tDIS
tDIH
DATAx
(Input Mode)
(1)
1.4 V
Load capacitance of output is 20 pF.
Figure 36. Audio Interface Timing (Master Mode)
Table 13. Timing Requirements for Figure 36
PARAMETER
MIN
TYP
MAX
tBCY
BCKx cycle time
tBCH
BCKx pulse width high
0.4 tBCY
0.5 tBCY
0.6 tBCY
tBCL
BCKx pulse width low
0.4 tBCY
0.5 tBCY
0.6 tBCY
tLRD
LRCKx delay time from BCKx falling edge
–15
UNIT
1/(64 fS)
tDIS
DATAx setup time to BCKx rising edge
10
tDIH
DATAx hold time to BCKx rising edge
10
tDOD
DATAx delay time from BCKx falling edge
–10
20
ns
ns
ns
20
ns
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ADC AND FILTER
The analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and digital filter include a delta-sigma modulator, decimation filter, highpass filter (HPF), digital gain control, digital attenuation control, and digital soft mute, as shown in Figure 37. The
HPF eliminates dc offset of the ADC analog section with 0.91 Hz as the cutoff frequency at a 48-kHz sampling
rate. The digital gain or attenuation control can be adjusted from 20 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB steps. The
descriptions for the ADC and filter registers are shown in Table 14.
PGA-AD1L
ADC-1L
Decimation
Filter
HPF
ATT
MUTE
ADC-1R
Decimation
Filter
HPF
ATT
MUTE
ADC-2L
Decimation
Filter
HPF
ATT
MUTE
ADC-2R
Decimation
Filter
HPF
ATT
MUTE
PGA-AD1R
PGA-AD2L
PGA-AD2R
Figure 37. ADCs and Filters
Table 14. ADC and Filter Registers
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
Digital attenuation and gain update control for ADC12
Digital soft mute setting for ADC12
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
80
A12E, AUC2, AUC1, AZ12
81
AMU2, AMU1
82, 83
AAT2[7:0], AAT1[7:0]
High-pass filter disable for ADC12
84
HF12
Digital attenuation and gain update control for ADC34
90
A34E, AUC4, AUC3, AZ34
Digital soft mute setting for ADC34
91
AMU4, AMU3
92, 93
AAT4[7:0], AAT3[7:0]
94
HF34
Digital attenuation and gain level setting for ADC12
Digital attenuation and gain level setting for ADC34
High-pass filter disable for ADC34
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DAC AND FILTER
The digital-to-analog converter (DAC) and digital filter include a delta-sigma modulator, interpolation filter, deemphasis filter (DEM), digital gain control, digital attenuation control, digital soft mute, and digital gain boost, as
shown in Figure 38. The digital gain or attenuation control can be adjusted from 20 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB
steps. To play back low-volume recorded audio data, the digital gain can be used with a boost of either 6 dB,
12 dB, or 18 dB selected through the I2C interface. The descriptions for the DAC and filter registers are shown in
Table 14.
ATT
MUTE
GAIN
DEM
Interpolation
Filter
DAC-1L
ATT
MUTE
GAIN
DEM
Interpolation
Filter
DAC-1R
ATT
MUTE
GAIN
DEM
Interpolation
Filter
DAC-2L
ATT
MUTE
GAIN
DEM
Interpolation
Filter
DAC-2R
Figure 38. DACs and Filters
Table 15. DAC and Filter Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Digital attenuation and gain update control for DAC12
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
40
D12E, DUC2, DUC1, DZ12
Digital soft mute and boost setting for DAC12
41
DMU2, DMU1, DB12[1:0]
42, 43
DAT2[7:0], DAT1[7:0]
Digital attenuation and gain level setting for DAC12
De-emphasis filter setting for DAC12
45
DM12, DF12[1:0]
Digital attenuation and gain update control for DAC34
50
D34E, DUC4, DUC3, DZ34
Digital soft mute setting for DAC34
Digital attenuation and gain level setting for DAC34
De-emphasis filter setting for DAC34
51
DMU4, DMU3
52, 53
DAT4[7:0], DAT3[7:0]
55
DM34, DF34[1:0]
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GPIO CONTROL
The PCM5310 has three general-purpose input/output (GPIO) pins (pins 55, 56, and 57) that can be assigned to
various functions and internal status reads shown in Table 16, Table 17, Table 18, and Figure 39.
Table 16. GPIO Control Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
GPIO1 select, bypass PORT-4
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
09
GBP4, GSL1[4:0]
GPIO2 select, bypass PORT-5
10
GBP5, GSL2[4:0]
GPIO3 select
11
GSL3[4:0]
Table 17. Register Data Read Through the GPIO Pins
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
External device control
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
08
GPO3, GPO2, GPO1
Headphone short-circuit protection status
16
SSHR, SSHL
Headphone insertion detect status
35
RHPI
Mute status for headphone
35
RHMUR, RHMUL
System clock f S detect for DAC12, DAC34
35, 36
RD12FS[2:0], RD34[2:0]
System clock fS detect for ADC12, ADC34
37, 38
RA12FS[2:0], RA34[2:0]
Digital mute status for DAC12 and DAC34
36
RDM4, RDM3, RDM2, RDM1
Digital mute status for ADC12 and ADC34
37
RAM4, RAM3, RAM2, RAM1
Zero crossing timeout for DAC12 and DAC34
38
RDZ4, RDZ3, RDZ2, RDZ1
Zero crossing timeout for ADC12 and ADC34
39
RAZ4, RAZ3, RAZ2, RAZ1
Zero crossing timeout for headphone
39
RHZR, RHZL
Table 18. Other GPIO Pin Functions
GPIO PIN FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
Zero flag for digital input
Read the status for each DAC channel or all DAC channels
Logic
OR, AND, NOR, NAND, buffer, inverter
Audio data
Bypass audio data to PORT-4 and PORT-5 from GPIO pins
GPIO1
GPIO2
Zero Flag
Register Out
GPIO
Control
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
Mux
HP Insertion
HP Protection
Logic In/Out
Connect to Port
GPIO3
Figure 39. GPIO Control
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HEADPHONE SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION
The PCM5310 has short-circuit protection for each headphone output. The short-circuit status can be read from
the GPIO pins and the register data can be read through the I2C interface. The short-circuit detection time can be
internally adjusted to avoid the headphone amplifier shutting down when inserting or removing the headphone
jack. The descriptions for the headphone and short-circuit protection registers are shown in Table 19. The
headphone short-circuit protection sequence is shown in Figure 40.
Table 19. Headphone Short-Circuit Protection Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
Headphone short-circuit protection enable/disable
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
13
SRCR, SHCR, SPDR, SRCL, SHCL, SPDL
Headphone short-circuit protection detect time
14
SDTR[1:0], SDTL[1:0]
Headphone short-circuit protection release time
15
SRTR[1:0], SRTL[1:0]
Headphone short-circuit protection status read
16
SSHR, SSHL
Headphone
Amplifier
HPOL or HPOR
Headphone Jack
Protection Resistor
Enable/Disable
Current
Monitor
Internal Clock
Increment
or
Decrement
Counter
Detect/Release Time
4096 fS: 85.2 ms at fS = 48 kHz
8192 fS: 1704 ms at fS = 48 kHz
16384 fS: 340.8 ms at fS = 48 kHz
32768 fS: 681.6 ms at fS = 48 kHz
Headphone
16W or 32W
Short
or Not
Internal Resistor
GPIO
Control
GPIO1, GPIO2, or GPIO3
Figure 40. Headphone Short-Circuit Protection Sequence
When the short-circuit protection is enabled, it is recommended to insert a small protection resistor to limit overcurrent flow. Table 20 shows the headphone output power with a small resistor.
Table 20. Headphone Amplifier Output Power Load
RL = 32 Ω + PROTECTION RESISTOR
32 Ω + 4 Ω
32 Ω + 8 Ω
32 Ω + 16 Ω
0.1% THD
28 mW
22 mW
16 mW
10% THD
37 mW
31 mW
22 mW
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HEADPHONE INSERTION DETECTION
The descriptions for the headphone insertion detection registers are shown in Table 21. The PCM5310 detects
the insertion status of a headphone plug using the GPIO pins through the register setting and writes the status to
the register, which can be read by the I2C interface. The status can also output to the GPIO pins, as shown in
Figure 41.
Table 21. Headphone Insertion Detection Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
GPIO1 selection
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
09
GSL1[4:0]
GPIO2 selection
10
GSL2[4:0]
GPIO3 selection
11
GSL3[4:0]
Read status for headphone insertion
35
RIPI
SDA
2
IC
Register
SCL
DSP
VDD
GPIO
Control
GPIO1, GPIO2, or GPIO3
Headphone
Jack
Headphone
Amplifier
HPOR
HPOL
PGND
Figure 41. Headphone Insertion Detection
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ZERO FLAG DETECTION
The PCM5310 detects continuous zero data input to either DAC12, DAC34, or both DAC12 and DAC34. The
GPIO pins can output the status to an external device by the register setting. The flag changes from low to high
when the L-and R-channel data are zero after 1024 fS. The descriptions for the zero flag detection registers are
shown in Table 22. Figure 42 shows the zero flag detection operation.
Table 22. Zero Flag Registers
REGISTER NUMBER
REGISTER BITS
GPIO1 selection
REGISTER DESCRIPTION
09
GSL1[4:0]
GPIO2 selection
10
GSL2[4:0]
GPIO3 selection
11
GSL3[4:0]
LRCK4
BCK4
DATA4
PORT-4
DAC12
LRCK5
BCK5
DATA5
PORT-5
DAC34
Zero Data
or Not
Zero Data
or Not
Increment
Counter
Increment
Counter
GPIO Control
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
Figure 42. Zero Flag Detection
AMUTE Control
The PCM5310 has an AMUTE pin (pin 59) that controls the digital and analog mute function linked to Register 19
(13h). If these settings are disabled and the AMUTE pin goes from low to high, the PCM5310 holds the digital
and analog mute disabled. If these settings are enabled and the AMUTE pin goes from low to high, the
PCM5310 enables digital and analog mute. The mute function set by the AMUTE pin is effective, regardless of
the setting in Register 19.
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MUTE CONTROL TIMING DURING CLOCK CHANGES
The PCM5310 has six audio interface ports and can change from the current source to another source. However,
the analog output or digital output may have an audible pop noise when changing or stopping clocks. It is
recommend to use the mute control with zero data input and waiting time to avoid pop noise and clean up the
internal circuit via I2C. Figure 43 illustrates the details.
Note that the digital and analog inputs should be zero data initially. After that, use the following steps:
1. Disable zero crossing detection.
2. Enable the analog or digital output mute.
3. Change the clock source.
4. Disable the analog or digital mute.
Clock Source A
Clock Source B
(1)
241 8 fS(ADC)
1 fS (DAC)
35 fS(ADC)
25 fS (DAC)
I2C Setting
NOTE: The digital and analog inputs should be zero data at first. Then use the following setting procedure:
a) Disable zero crossing detection.
b) Enable analog or digital output mute.
c) Change the clock source.
d) Disable the analog or digital mute.
(1)
Value depends on attenuation level setting in Registers 82, 83, 92, and 93.
Figure 43. Mute Control Timing During Clock Changes
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ANALOG MUX CHANGING TO REDUCE AUDIBLE NOISE
The PCM5310 has an analog multiplexer (mux) that can select six stereo analog inputs. The ADC output may
have audible noise when selecting without mute control via I2C. It is recommend to use digital soft mute before
changing the analog input, as shown in Figure 44.
AIN1L
AIN2L
I2C Setting
(2)
(1)
(3)
ADC Output
(4)
(4)
(1)
Enable digital soft mute of ADC.
(2)
Change analog input source.
(3)
Disable digital soft mute of ADC.
(4)
Maximum mute time is [241 × 8 fS] seconds; however, this time depends on the wave form if zero crossing is
enabled. It is recommended to read the status of this mute from Register 35 to 39 via I2C. Then if the status is high,
disable mute.
Figure 44. Analog Mux Changing to Reduce Audible Noise
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TWO-WIRE INTERFACE (I2C)
The PCM5310 supports the I2C serial bus and the data transmission protocol for the I2C standard as a slave
device. This protocol is explained in the I2C specification 2.0.
In I2C mode, the control terminals are changed as shown in Table 23.
Table 23. Control Pins
PIN NAME
INPUT/OUTPUT
DESCRIPTION
SDA
Input/Output
I2C data
SCL
Input
I2C clock
Slave Address
The PCM5310 has its own 7-bit slave address, as shown in Table 24.
Table 24. Slave Address
MSB
LSB
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
R/W
Packet Protocol
The master device must control packet protocol, which consists of a start condition, a slave address with
read/write ®/W) bit, data (if write) or acknowledgement (if read), and a stop condition, as shown in Figure 45. The
PCM5310 supports only a slave receiver and slave transmitter. Table 25 shows a basic I2C write operation.
Table 26 shows a basic I2C read operation.
Start
Condition
Stop
Condition
SDA
SCL St
1-7
8
9
1-8
9
1-8
9
Slave Address
R/W
ACK
DATA
ACK
DATA
ACK
Sp
R/W: Read operation if ‘1’; otherwise, write operation.
ACK: Acknowledgement of a byte if ‘0’.
DATA: 8 bits (1 byte).
Figure 45. Basic I2C Framework
Table 25. Basic I2C Write Operation
TRANSMITTER
M
DATA TYPE
St
M
Slave
address
M
S
M
S
M
S
M
R/W
ACK
DATA
ACK
DATA
ACK
Sp
LEGEND: M = master device, S = slave device, St = START condition, Sp = STOP condition, R/W = read/write, ACK = acknowledge.
Table 26. Basic I2C Read Operation
TRANSMITTER
M
DATA TYPE
St
M
Slave
address
M
S
M
S
M
S
M
R/W
ACK
DATA
NACK
DATA
NACK
Sp
LEGEND: M = master device, S = slave device, St = START condition, Sp = STOP condition, R/W = read/write, ACK = acknowledge,
NACK = not acknowledge.
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Write Operation
The master can write to any PCM5310 register in a single access. The master sends a PCM5310 slave address
with a write bit, a register address, and data. When undefined registers are accessed, the PCM5310 does not
send any acknowledgement. Table 27 shows the framework for a write operation.
Table 27. Framework for Write Operation
TRANSMITTER
M
DATA TYPE
St
M
Slave
address
M
S
W
ACK
M
Register
address
S
M
S
M
ACK
Write data
ACK
Sp
LEGEND: M = master device, S = slave device, St = start condition, Sp = stop condition, W = write, ACK = acknowledge.
Read Operation
The master can read any PCM5310 register. The value of the register address is stored in an indirect index
register in advance. The master sends the PCM5310 slave address with a read bit after storing the register
address. The PCM5310 then transfers the data to the address specified by the index register. Table 28 shows
the framework for a read operation.
Table 28. Framework for Read Operation
TRANSMITTER
M
DATA TYPE
St
LEGEND:
M
Slave
address
M
S
W
ACK
M
Register
address
S
M
ACK
Sr
M
Slave
address
M
S
R
ACK
S
Read
data
M
M
NACK
Sp
M = master device, S = slave device, St = START condition, Sr = repeated START condition, Sp = STOP condition,
W = write, R = read, ACK = acknowledge, NACK = not acknowledge.
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I2C Timing Diagram
Stop
Condition
Start
Condition
t(BUF)
t(D-SU)
t(D-HD)
t(SDA-R)
t(SDA-F)
t(P-SU)
SDA
t(LOW)
t(SCL-R)
t(SP)
t(RS-HD)
SCL
t(S-HD)
t(SCL-F)
t(HI)
t(RS-SU)
Figure 46. I2C Timing
Table 29. Timing Characteristics for Figure 46
I2C SPECIFICATION
PARAMETER
40
MIN
MAX
UNIT
100
kHz
fSCL
SCL clock frequency
Standard
t(BUF)
Bus free time between STOP and START condition
Standard
4.7
μs
t(LOW)
SCL clock low period
Standard
4.7
μs
t(HI)
SCL clock high period
Standard
4
μs
t(RS-SU)
START condition setup time
Standard
4.7
μs
t(S-HD)
START condition hold time
Standard
4
μs
t(D-SU)
Data setup time
Standard
250
ns
t(D-HD)
Data hold time
Standard
0
900
ns
t(SCL-R)
SCL signal rise time
Standard
20 + 0.1 CB
1000
ns
t(SCL-R1)
Rise time of SCL signal after a repeated START
condition and after an acknowledge bit
Standard
20 + 0.1 CB
1000
ns
t(SCL-F)
SCL signal fall time
Standard
20 + 0.1 CB
1000
ns
t(SDA-R)
SDA signal rise time
Standard
20 + 0.1 CB
1000
ns
t(SDA-F)
SDA signal fall time
Standard
20 + 0.1 CB
1000
ns
t(P-SU)
STOP condition setup time
Standard
4
μs
CB
Capacitive load for SDA and SCL line
400
pF
t(SP)
Suppressed spike pulse duration
25
ns
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REGISTER MAP
The mode control register map is shown in Table 30. Each register includes an index (or address) indicated by
the IDX[6:0] bits.
Table 30. Mode Control Register Map
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
01
01h
Reset function
MRST
SRST
RSV (1)
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
08
08h
GPIO pin output control
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
GPO3
09
09h
GPIO PORT-1 selection
RSV
RSV
RSV
GSL1[4:0]
10
0Ah
GPIO PORT-2 selection
RSV
RSV
RSV
GSL2[4:0]
11
0Bh
GPIO PORT-3 selection
RSV
RSV
RSV
12
0Ch
Not assigned
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
13
0Dh
Headphone short-circuit protection enable/disable
RSV
SRCR
SHCR
SPDR
RSV
SRCL
SHCL
SPDL
14
0Eh
Headphone short-circuit protection detect time
RSV
RSV
SDTR[1:0]
RSV
RSV
SDTL[1:0]
15
0Fh
Headphone short-circuit protection release time, auto
control
RSV
SADR
SRTR[1:0]
RSV
SADL
SRTL[1:0]
16
10h
Headphone short-circuit protection status read
RSV
RSV
RSV
SSHR
RSV
RSV
17
11h
Power up/down (bias)
PBIS
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
18
12h
Power up/down (analog), power up/down time
RSV
PABE
PAFE
PCOM
RSV
19
13h
Mute control linked to AMUTE pin
MD12
MD34
MHPR
MHPL
ML2R
20
14h
Analog input mux selection for ADC12
RSV
AX1R[2:0]
RSV
AX1L[2:0]
21
15h
Analog input mux selection for ADC34
RSV
AX2R[2:0]
RSV
AX2L[2:0]
22
16h
Analog input gain control for ADC12
RSV
RSV
AG1R[1:0]
RSV
RSV
AG1L[1:0]
23
17h
Analog input gain control for ADC12
RSV
RSV
AG2R[1:0]
RSV
RSV
AG2L[1:0]
24
18h
Analog output mux selection for line output 1
GPO2 GPO1
GSL3[4:0]
AL1R[3:0]
RSV
PDCF[1:0]
SSHL
PDCS
PDTM[2:0]
ML2L
ML1R
ML1L
AL1L[3:0]
25
19h
Analog output mux selection for line output 2
AL2R[3:0]
AL2L[3:0]
26
1Ah
Analog output mux selection for headphone output
AHPR[3:0]
AHPL[3:0]
27
1Bh
Gain control for line output
28
1Ch
2.0 VRMS and 2.4 VRMS selection for line output
RSV
RSV
RSV
G242
RSV
RSV
29
1Dh
Clock halt detection control
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
30
1Eh
Headphone output volume control
HUPE
RSV
HSUR
HSUL
RSV
RSV
RSV
HZRS
31
1Fh
Headphone mute and volume level setting for Rchannel
HMUL
HVOL[6:0]
32
20h
Headphone mute and volume level setting for Lchannel
HMUR
HVOR[6:0]
33
21h
System clock output disable
RSV
RSV
SC6D
SC5D
SC4D
RSV
SC2D
SC1D
34
22h
LRCK and BCK output disable at master mode
RSV
RSV
LB6D
LB5D
LB4D
LB3D
LB2D
LB1D
35
23h
Read internal flag
RSV
RD12FS[2:0]
RHMR RHML
RSV
RHPI
36
24h
Read internal flag
RSV
RD34FS[2:0]
RDM4 RDM3 RDM2 RDM1
37
25h
Read internal flag
RSV
RA12FS[2:0]
RAM4 RAM3
RAM2 RAM1
38
26h
Read internal flag
RSV
RA34FS[2:0]
RDZ4
RDZ3
RDZ2
RDZ1
39
27h
Read internal flag
CGLD
RSV
RHZR
RHZL
RAZ4
RAZ3
RAZ2
RAZ1
40
28h
Digital attenuation and mute control for DAC12
D12E
RSV
DUC2
DUC1
RSV
RSV
RSV
DZ12
41
29h
Digital gain boost and digital soft mute for DAC12
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
42
2Ah
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC12 L-channel
43
2Bh
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC12 R-channel
44
2Ch
Master/slave interface format for DAC12
45
2Dh
De-emphasis filter control for DAC12
RSV
RSV
46
2Eh
Power up/down, oversampling rate control for DAC12
PD12
RSV
(1)
GL2R[1:0]
GL2L[1:0]
GL1R[1:0]
DB12[1:0]
GL1L[1:0]
RSV
G241
ACTH CHDE
DMU2 DMU1
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DMS12[3:0]
RSV
RSV
OV12[1:0]
RSV
RSV
DM12
RSV
ZR12
RSV
DFM12[1:0]
DF12[1:0]
RSV
RSV
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Table 30. Mode Control Register Map (continued)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
50
32h
Digital attenuation and mute control for DAC34
D34E
RSV
DUC4
DUC3
RSV
RSV
RSV
DZ34
51
33h
Digital gain boost and digital soft mute for DAC34
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
52
34h
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC34 L-channel
DAT3[7:0]
53
35h
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC34 R-channel
DAT4[7:0]
54
36h
Master/slave interface format for DAC34
55
37h
De-emphasis filter control for DAC34
RSV
RSV
56
38h
Power up/down, oversampling rate control for DAC34
PD34
RSV
80
50h
Digital attenuation and mute control for ADC12
A12E
RSV
AUC2
81
51h
Digital soft mute for ADC12
RSV
FS12
RSV
82
52h
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC12 L-channel
AAT1[7:0]
83
53h
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC12 R-channel
AAT2[7:0]
84
54h
Master/slave interface format for ADC12
HF12
RSV
85
55h
Power up/down for ADC12
PA12
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
90
5Ah
Digital attenuation and mute control for ADC34
A34E
RSV
AUC4
AUC3
RSV
RSV
RSV
AZ34
RSV
FS34
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
DMS34[3:0]
RSV
DB34[1:0]
RSV
RSV
DM34
RSV
ZR34
RSV
AUC1
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
OV34[1:0]
AMS12[3:0]
DMU4 DMU3
DFM34[1:0]
DF34[1:0]
RSV
RSV
RSV
AZ12
AMU2 AMU1
AFM12[1:0]
91
5Bh
Digital soft mute for ADC34
92
5Ch
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC34 L-channel
AAT3[7:0]
93
5Dh
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC34 R-channel
AAT4[7:0]
94
5Eh
Master/slave, interface format for ADC34
95
5Fh
Power up/down for ADC34
101
65h
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
LBS2[3:0]
LBS1[3:0]
102
66h
DATA selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
DTS2[3:0]
DTS1[3:0]
103
67h
SCK selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
104
68h
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
LBS4[3:0]
LBS3[3:0]
105
69h
DATA selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
DTS4[3:0]
DTS3[3:0]
106
6Ah
SCK selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
107
6Bh
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
LBS6[3:0]
LBS5[3:0]
108
6Ch
DATA selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
DTS6[3:0]
DTS5[3:0]
109
6Dh
SCK selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
110
6Eh
LRCK/BCK selection of DAC12 and DAC34
111
6Fh
DATA selection of DAC12 and DAC34
112
70h
SCK selection of DAC12 and DAC34
RSV
113
71h
Not assigned
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
114
72h
Not assigned
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
115
73h
Not assigned
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
116
74h
LRCK/BCK selection of ADC12 and ADC34
117
75h
SCK selection of ADC12 and ADC34
118
76h
GPIO1 and GPIO2 audio data selection
42
AMS34[3:0]
PA34
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
SCS2[2:0]
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
SCS4[2:0]
RSV
HF34
SCS6[2:0]
D12DT[3:0]
RSV
A34LB[3:0]
GP2S[3:0]
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D12LB[3:0]
D34S[2:0]
A34SC[2:0]
RSV
SCS3[2:0]
RSV
D34DT[3:0]
RSV
AFM34[1:0]
RSV
SCS1[2:0]
RSV
D34LB[3:0]
AMU4 AMU3
D12S[2:0]
A12LB[3:0]
RSV
A12SC[2:0]
GP1S[3:0]
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REGISTER DESCRIPTIONS
Register 01 (01h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
01
01h
Reset function
MRST
SRST
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
MRST: Reset of All Registers Except for Other Internal Circuit
This bit enables the reset signal for register data only. All registers are initialized to default data by setting
MRST = '0'. After the reset sequence completes, MRST is automatically set to '1'.
Default value: 1
0
Reset (set to '0' automatically after set to '1')
1
Not reset (default)
SRST: Reset of All Internal Circuits Including All Registers
This bit enables the internal system reset. All circuits including the registers are initialized by setting SRST = '0'.
After completing the reset sequence, SRST is automatically set to '1'.
Default value: 1
0
Reset (set to '0' automatically after set to '1')
1
Not reset (default)
Register 08 (08h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
GPO3
GPO2
GPO1
08
08h
GPIO pin output control
42
2Ah
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC12 L-channel
DAT1[7:0]
GPO1: General-Purpose Output (pin 55)
GPO2: General-Purpose Output (pin 56)
GPO3: General-Purpose Output (pin 57)
These three bits control the three GPIO pins that control external devices. These register data are effective by
setting '01000', '01001', or '01010' to bits GSL1[4:0], GSL2[4:0] and GSL[4:0] of registers 9 to 11.
Default value: 0
0
Low level output (default)
1
High level output
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Registers 09-12 (09h-0Ch)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
09
09h
GPIO PORT-1 selection
RSV
RSV
RSV
GSL1[4:0]
10
0Ah
GPIO PORT-2 selection
RSV
RSV
RSV
GSL2[4:0]
11
0Bh
GPIO PORT-3 selection
RSV
RSV
RSV
GSL3[4:0]
12
0Ch
Not assigned
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
B3
RSV
B2
RSV
B1
B0
RSV
RSV
GSL1[4:0]: GPO1 Function Selection (pin 55)
GSL2[4:0]: GPO2 Function Selection (pin 56)
GSL3[4:0]: GPO3 Function Selection (pin 57)
The three GPIO pins can be used as an input flag, output flag, and logic function, as shown in Table 31.
Default value: 00000
Table 31. GPIO Functions
GSL1-3[4:0]
44
GSL1[4:0]/GPIO1
GSL2[4:0]/GPIO2
GSL3[4:0]/GPIO3
00000
No assigned and input mode (default)
No assigned and input mode (default)
No assigned and input mode (default)
00001
Headphone insertion detection input
Headphone insertion detection input
Headphone insertion detection input
00010
Headphone insertion detection output
Headphone insertion detection output
Headphone insertion detection output
00011
Headphone short detection status L-channel
Headphone short detection status L-channel
Headphone short detection status L-channel
00100
Headphone short detection status R-channel
Headphone short detection status R-channel
Headphone short detection status R-channel
00101
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC12)
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC12)
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC12)
00110
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC34)
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC34)
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC34)
00111
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC12 and
DAC34)
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC12 and
DAC34)
Zero flag output for digital input (DAC12 and
DAC34)
01000
Output register data to GPIO1 pin
Output register data to GPIO1 pin
Output register data to GPIO1 pin
01001
Output register data to GPIO2 pin
Output register data to GPIO2 pin
Output register data to GPIO2 pin
01010
Output register data to GPIO3 pin
Output register data to GPIO3 pin
Output register data to GPIO3 pin
01011
AND logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO2,3 = input)
AND logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 = input)
AND logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 = input)
01100
NAND logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO2,3 =
input)
NAND logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 =
input)
NAND logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 =
input)
01101
OR logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO2,3 = input)
OR logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 = input)
OR logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 = input)
01110
NOR logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO2,3 = input)
NOR logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 = input)
NOR logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1,3 = input)
01111
Buffer logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO2 = input)
Buffer logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1 = input)
Buffer logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1 = input)
10000
Buffer logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO3 = input)
Buffer logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO3 = input)
Buffer logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO3 = input)
10001
Inverter logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO2 = input)
Inverter logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1 = input)
Inverter logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO1 = input)
10010
Inverter logic (GPIO1 = output, GPIO3 = input)
Inverter logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO3 = input)
Inverter logic (GPIO2 = output, GPIO3 = input)
Others
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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Registers 13-16 (0Dh-10h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
13
0Dh
Headphone short-circuit protection enable/disable
RSV
14
0Eh
Headphone short-circuit protection detect time
RSV
RSV
SDTR[1:0]
15
0Fh
Headphone short-circuit protection release time,
auto control
RSV
SADR
SRTR[1:0]
16
10h
Headphone short-circuit protection status read
RSV
RSV
SRCR SHCR
RSV
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
SPDR
RSV
SRCL
SHCL
SPDL
RSV
RSV
SDTL[1:0]
RSV
SADL
SRTL[1:0]
RSV
RSV
SSHR
RSV
SSHL
SRCR: Reset Short-Circuit Protection for Headphone Output R-Channel
SRCL: Reset Short-Circuit Protection for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits initialize the short-circuit protection for the headphone outputs by setting SRCR = SRCL = '1'. After
completing the initialization, the data of both registers are automatically set to '1'.
Default value: 1
0
Reset (set to '1' automatically after set to '0')
1
Normal operation (default)
SPDR: Short-Circuit Protection Disable for Headphone Output R-Channel
SPDL: Short-Circuit Protection Disable for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits disable the short-circuit protection for the headphone outputs.
Default value: 0
0
Enable (default)
1
Disable
SDTR[1:0]: Short-Circuit Protection Detect Time Control for Headphone Output R-Channel
SDTL[1:0]: Short-Circuit Protection Detect Time Control for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits define the continuous time until a short-circuit is detected on the headphone outputs. If the shortcircuit time does not reach the defined time, the PCM5310 does not enable short-circuit protection.
Default value: 11
00
4096 fS, 85.2 ms at fS = 48 kHz
01
8192 fS, 170.4 ms at fS = 48 kHz
10
16384 fS, 340.8 ms at fS = 48 kHz
11
32768 fS, 681.6 ms at fS = 48 kHz (default)
SRTR[1:0]: Short-Circuit Protection Release Time Control for Headphone Output R-Channel
SRTL[1:0]: Short-Circuit Protection Release Time Control for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits define the time until the short-circuit protection is released after detecting a short-circuit.
Default value: 11
00
4096 fS, 85.2 ms at fS = 48 kHz
01
8192 fS, 170.4 ms at fS = 48 kHz
10
16384 fS, 340.8 ms at fS = 48 kHz
11
32768 fS, 681.6 ms at fS = 48 kHz (default)
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SADR: Short-Circuit Protection Automatic Release Disable for Headphone Output R-Channel
SADL: Short-Circuit Protection Automatic Release Disable for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits disable the automatic power down when a short-circuit is detected.
Default value: 0
0
Enable (default)
1
Disable
SSHR: Short-Circuit Status Read for Headphone Output R-Channel
SSHL: Short-Circuit Status Read for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits are used to read the short-circuit status on the headphone through the I2C interface. If the status is '1',
then the headphone output is in short-circuit.
Default value: 0
0
Not shorted (default)
1
Short-circuit
Registers 17 and 18 (11h and 12h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
17
11h
Power up/down (bias)
PBIS
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
18
12h
Power up/down (analog), power up/down time
RSV
PABE
PAFE
PCOM
RSV
B2
B1
PDCF[1:0]
B0
PDCS
PDTM[2:0]
PBIS: Power Up/Down Control for Analog Bias Circuit
This bit is used to power up/down the analog bias circuit.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
PDCF[1:0]: Power Up/Down Time Control
These bits set the power up/down time for each sampling rate. Set this register when the sampling rate is greater
than 48 kHz at power up/down.
Default value: 00
00
x1 (default)
01
x1/2
10
x1/4
11
Reserved
PDCS: Power Up/Down Clock Selection
The PCM5310 has six clock inputs for the four DAC and four ADC channels. The power on/off sequence starts
using the DAC12 clock or the DAC34 clock. The appropriate clock source must be selected for the power
up/down sequence.
Default value: 0
46
0
Use the DAC12 clock for power up/down (default)
1
Use the DAC34 clock for power up/down
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PAFE: Power Up/Down Control for Input Mux and Gain Amplifier
This bit powers up/down the input mux and the gain amplifier.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
PABE: Power Up/Down Control for Output Mux, Line Amp, and Headphone Amplifier
This bit powers up/down the output mux, the line amplifiers, and the headphone amplifier.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
PCOM: Power Up/Down Control for Common Voltage Circuit
This bit powers up/down the common voltage circuit for the ADC and DAC channels.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
PDTM[2:0]: Power Up/Down Time Control
The power-up time selection for the PCM5310 can be from ground level to common voltage for analog outputs.
The power-down time selection can be from the common voltage to ground level for analog outputs at the power
on/off sequence. The time described in Figure 32 is defined for a 48-kHz sampling rate. Set bits PDCF[1:0] in
Register 17 when the sampling rate is more than 48 kHz at the power up/down sequence.
Default value: 001
PDTM[2:0]
POWER-UP TIME
POWER-DOWN TIME
000
37.5 ms
75 ms
001
75 ms (default)
150 ms
010
150 ms
300 ms
011
300 ms
600 ms
100
1000 ms
2000 ms
101
Reserved
Reserved
110
Reserved
Reserved
111
Reserved
Reserved
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Register 19 (13h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
19
13h
Mute control linked to the AMUTE pin
MD12
MD34
B5
B4
MHPR MHPL
B3
B2
B1
B0
ML2R
ML2L
ML1R
ML1L
MD12: Mute Enable/Disable Linked to the AMUTE Pin for Digital Input (DAC12)
MD34: Mute Enable/Disable Linked to the AMUTE Pin for Digital Input (DAC34)
The PCM5310 has a mute control pin (AMUTE, 59 pin). When AMUTE = '1' and MD12 = '1' or MD34 = '1', the
digital soft mute of digital input data is enabled. When AMUTE = '0', mute is disabled.
Default value: 0
0
Mute disabled if the AMUTE pin is at a high or lo2w level (default)
1
Mute enabled if the AMUTE pin is at a high level
MHPR: Mute Enable/Disable Linked AMUTE Pin for Headphone Output, R-Channel
MHPL: Mute Enable/Disable Linked AMUTE Pin for Headphone Output, L-Channel
The PCM5310 has a mute control pin (AMUTE, 59 pin). When AMUTE = '1' and MHPR = '1' or MHPL = '1', the
analog mute for headphone outputs HPOL and HPOR is enabled. When AMUTE = '0', mute is disabled.
Default value: 1
0
Mute disabled if the AMUTE pin is at a high or low level
1
Mute enabled if the AMUTE pin is at a high level (default)
ML1R: Mute Enable/Disable Linked AMUTE Pin for Line Output 1, R-Channel
ML1L: Mute Enable/Disable Linked AMUTE Pin for Line Output 1, L-Channel
The PCM5310 has a mute control pin (AMUTE, 59 pin). When AMUTE = '1' and ML1R = '1' or ML1L = '1', the
analog mute for line outputs LO1L and LO1R are enabled. When AMUTE = '0', mute is disabled.
Default value: 1
0
Mute disabled if AMUTE pin is high or low level
1
Mute enabled if AMUTE pin is high level (default)
MML2R: Mute Enable/Disable Linked AMUTE Pin for Line Output 2, R-Channel
MML2L: Mute Enable/Disable Linked AMUTE Pin for Line Output 2, L-Channel
The PCM5310 has a mute control pin (AMUTE, 59 pin). When AMUTE = '1' and ML2R = '1' or ML2L = '1', the
analog mute for line outputs LO2L and LO2R are enabled. When AMUTE = '0', mute is disabled.
Default value: 1
48
0
Mute disabled if AMUTE pin is high or low level
1
Mute enabled if AMUTE pin is high level (default)
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Registers 20 and 21 (14h and 15h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
20
14h
Analog input mux selection for ADC12
RSV
AX1R[2:0]
RSV
AX1L[2:0]
21
15h
Analog input mux selection for ADC34
RSV
AX2R[2:0]
RSV
AX2L[2:0]
B0
AX1R[2:0]: Analog Input Mux Selection for ADC12, R-Channel
AX1L[2:0]: Analog Input Mux Selection for ADC12, L-Channel
AX2R[2:0]: Analog Input Mux Selection for ADC34, R-Channel
AX2L[2:0]: Analog Input Mux Selection for ADC34, L-Channel
The PCM5310 has six stereo inputs that can select one stereo input for each ADC. It is recommended to use the
digital soft mute to reduce audible noise when the analog inputs are changed; see Figure 44 for details.
Default value: 000
000
No connection (default)
001
AIN1L or AIN1R
010
AIN2L or AIN2R
011
AIN3L or AIN3R
100
AIN4L or AIN4R
101
AIN5L or AIN5R
110
AIN6L or AIN6R
Others
Reserved
Registers 22 and 23 (16h and 17h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
22
16h
Analog input gain control for ADC12
RSV
RSV
23
17h
Analog input gain control for ADC34
RSV
RSV
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
AG1R[1:0]
RSV
RSV
AG1L[1:0]
AG2R[1:0]
RSV
RSV
AG2L[1:0]
AG1R[1:0]: Analog Input Gain Control for ADC12, R-Channel
AG1L[1:0]: Analog Input Gain Control for ADC12, L-Channel
AG2R[1:0]: Analog Input Gain Control for ADC34, R-Channel
AG2L[1:0]: Analog Input Gain Control for ADC34, L-Channel
The PCM5310 has analog gain amplifiers in front of each ADC input that can be programmed to between 0 dB to
+9 dB in 3-dB steps; refer to Figure 28 for details.
Default value: 00
00
0 dB (default)
01
3 dB
10
6 dB
11
9 dB
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Registers 24-26 (18h-1Ah)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
24
18h
Analog output mux selection for line output 1
AL1R[3:0]
25
19h
Analog output mux selection for line output 2
AL2R[3:0]
AL2L[3:0]
26
1Ah
Analog output mux selection for headphone output
AHPR[3:0]
AHPL[3:0]
B0
AL1L[3:0]
AL1R[3:0]: Analog Output Mux Selection for Line Output 1, R-Channel
AL1L[3:0]: Analog Output Mux Selection for Line Output 1, L-Channel
AL2R[3:0]: Analog Output Mux Selection for Line Output 2, R-Channel
AL2L[3:0]: Analog Output Mux Selection for Line Output 2, L-Channel
AHPR[3:0]: Analog Output Mux Selection for Headphone Output, R-Channel
AHPL[3:0]: Analog Output Mux Selection for Headphone Output, L-Channel
Analog outputs LO1L/LO1R, LO2L/LO2R, and HPOL/HPOR can be selected as one of all the analog inputs and
DAC outputs; see Figure 29 for details.
Default value: 0000
0000
No connection (default)
0001
AIN1L or AIN1R
0010
AIN2L or AIN2R
0011
AIN3L or AIN3R
0100
AIN4L or AIN4R
0101
AIN5L or AIN5R
0110
AIN6L or AIN6R
0111
DAC12-L-channel or DAC12-R-channel
1000
DAC34-L-channel or DAC34-R-channel
Others
Reserved
Register 27 (1Bh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
27
1Bh
Gain control for line output
B7
B6
GL2R[1:0]
B5
B4
GL2L[1:0]
B3
B2
GL1R[1:0]
B1
B0
GL1L[1:0]
GL2R[1:0]: Gain Control for Line Output 2, R-Channel
GL2L[1:0]: Gain Control for Line Output 2, L-Channel
GL1R[1:0]: Gain Control for Line Output 1, R-Channel
GL1L[1:0]: Gain Control for Line Output 1, L-Channel
The gain level for line outputs LO1L, LO1R, LO2L, and LO2R can be each be selected as 0 dB, –0.5 dB, or –1.0
dB.
Default value: 00
50
00
0 dB (default)
01
–0.5 dB
10
–1.0 dB
11
0 dB when selecting analog input to line output
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Register 28 (1Ch)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
28
1Ch
2.0 Vrms and 2.4 Vrms selection for line output
RSV
RSV
RSV
G242
RSV
RSV
RSV
G241
G242: 2-VRMS or 2.4-VRMS Output Mode Selection for Line Output 2
G241: 2-VRMS or 2.4-VRMS Output Mode Selection for Line Output 1
The line outputs can drive a 2-VRMS or 2.4-VRMS output with 10 kΩ. The 2.4-VRMS setting is recommend for use
when the equipment requires greater than 2-VRMS output.
Default value: 0
0
2 VRMS (default)
1
2.4 VRMS
Register 29 (1Dh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
29
1Dh
Clock halt detection control
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
ACTH
CHDE
ACTH: Activate Control for Clock Halt Detection
CHDE: Enable Clock Halt Detection
ACTH is used to control the power up/down for clock halt detection and CHDE is used to enable it. Setting
ACTH = CHDE = '1' activates and enables clock halt detection.
Clock halt detection can reduce audible noise. The analog outputs are muted when the clock input to DAC12 and
DAC34 is suddenly stopped.
Default value: 0
ACTH = 0
Deactivate clock halt detection (default)
ACTH = 1
Activate clock halt detection
CHDE = 0
Clock halt detection disabled (default)
CHDE = 1
Clock halt detection enabled
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Register 30 (1Eh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
30
1Eh
Headphone output volume control
HUPE
RSV
HSUR
HSUL
RSV
RSV
RSV
HZRS
HUPE: Headphone Volume Update Control Enable
HSUR: Headphone Volume Setting Update for Headphone Output, R-Channel
HSUL: Headphone Volume Setting Update for Headphone Output, L-Channel
HZRS: Headphone Volume Zero Cross Enable
The volume level of the headphone output can be changed independently to any level by setting HMUL/HMUR
and HVOL[6:0]/HVOR[6:0] when HUPE = '0'. When HUPE = '1', the volume level is changed to any level at the
same time when HSUR = '1' or HSUL = '1'. Both bits are automatically set to '0' after being set to '1'. HSUR and
HSUL must be set to '1' for every volume level setting during HUPE = '1'.
Default value of HUPE and HZRS: 0. Default value of HSUR and HSUL: 0.
HUPE = 0
Headphone volume update control disable (default)
HUPE = 1
Headphone volume update control enable
HSUR, HSUL = 0 No update volume setting data (default)
HSUR, HSUL = 1 Update volume setting data (set to '0' automatically after setting to '1')
HZRS = 0
Headphone volume zero crossing disable (default)
HZRS = 1
Headphone volume zero crossing enable
Register 31 and 32 (1Fh and 20h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
31
1Fh
Headphone mute and volume level setting for Rchannel
B6
B5
B4
B3
HMUL
HVOL[6:0]
32
20h
Headphone mute and volume level setting for Lchannel
HMUR
HVOR[6:0]
B2
B1
B0
HMUL: Headphone Volume Mute Control for L-Channel
HMUR: Headphone Volume Mute Control for R-Channel
The headphone output can be independently muted to zero level when HMUL and HMUR = '1'. These settings
take precedence over volume level settings by HVOL and HVOR. The headphone output may have audible
zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced by selecting zero-crossing detection (Register 30,
HZRS).
Default value: 0
0
Mute disabled (default)
1
Mute enabled
HVOL[6:0]: Headphone Volume Level Control for L-Channel
HVOR[6:0]: Headphone Volume Level Control for R-Channel
The headphone output can be independently programmed to between 12 dB to –70 dB in 1-dB steps. The
headphone output may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced by selecting
zero-crossing detection (Register 30, HZRS).
Default value: 010 1101
52
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Table 32. Headphone Volume Level Control
HP VOLUME
LEVEL
CONTROL
HVOL[6:0]
HVOR[6:0]
HP VOLUME
LEVEL
CONTROL
HVOL[6:0]
HVOR[6:0]
HP VOLUME
LEVEL
CONTROL
HVOL[6:0]
HVOR[6:0]
111 1111
7F
12 dB
110 0010
62
–17 dB
100 0101
45
–46 dB
111 1110
7E
11 dB
110 0001
61
–18 dB
100 0100
44
–47 dB
111 1101
7D
10 dB
110 0000
60
–19 dB
100 0011
43
–48 dB
111 1100
7C
9 dB
101 1111
5F
–20 dB
100 0010
42
–49 dB
111 1011
7B
8 dB
101 1110
5E
–21 dB
100 0001
41
–50 dB
111 1010
7A
7 dB
101 1101
5D
–22 dB
100 0000
40
–51 dB
111 1001
79
6 dB
101 1100
5C
–23 dB
011 1111
3F
–52 dB
111 1000
78
5 dB
101 1011
5B
–24 dB
011 1110
3E
–53 dB
111 0111
77
4 dB
101 1010
5A
–25 dB
011 1101
3D
–54 dB
111 0110
76
3 dB
101 1001
59
–26 dB
011 1100
3C
–55 dB
111 0101
75
2 dB
101 1000
58
–27 dB
011 1011
3B
–56 dB
111 0100
74
1 dB
101 0111
57
–28 dB
011 1010
3A
–57 dB
111 0011
73
0 dB
101 0110
56
–29 dB
011 1001
39
–58 dB
1110010
72
–1 dB
101 0101
55
–30 dB
011 1000
38
–59 dB
111 0001
71
–2 dB
101 0100
54
–31 dB
011 0111
37
–60 dB
111 0000
70
–3 dB
101 0011
53
–32 dB
011 0110
36
–61 dB
110 1111
6F
–4 dB
101 0010
52
–33 dB
011 0101
35
–62 dB
110 1110
6E
–5 dB
101 0001
51
–34 dB
011 0100
34
–63 dB
110 1101
6D
–6 dB
101 0000
50
–35 dB
011 0011
33
–64 dB
110 1100
6C
–7 dB
100 1111
4F
–36 dB
011 0010
32
–65 dB
110 1011
6B
–8 dB
100 1110
4E
–37 dB
011 0001
31
–66 dB
110 1010
6A
–9 dB
100 1101
4D
–38 dB
011 0000
30
–67 dB
110 1001
69
–10 dB
100 1100
4C
–39 dB
010 1111
2F
–68 dB
110 1000
68
–11 dB
100 1011
4B
–40 dB
010 1110
2E
–69 dB
110 0111
67
–12 dB
100 1010
4A
–41 dB
010 1101
2D
–70 dB (default)
110 0110
66
–13 dB
100 1001
49
–42 dB
110 0101
65
–14 dB
100 1000
48
–43 dB
110 0100
64
–15 dB
100 0111
47
–44 dB
010 1100
⋮
000 0000
2C
⋮
00
Mute
110 0011
63
–16 dB
100 0110
46
–45 dB
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Register 33 (21h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
33
21h
System clock output disable
RSV
RSV
SC6D
SC5D
SC4D
SC3D
SC2D
SC1D
SC6D: SCK6 Output Disable
SC5D: SCK5 Output Disable
SC4D: SCK4 Output Disable
SC3D: SCK3 Output Disable
SC2D: SCK2 Output Disable
SC1D: SCK1 Output Disable
These bits are used to disable (low-level output) the clock ports (SCK1, SCK2, SCK3, SCK4, SCK5 and SCK6)
in output mode. It is necessary to use these bits with Register 103 (SCS2[2:0], SCS1[2:0]), Register 106
(SCS4[2:0], SCS3[2:0]), and Register 109 (SCS6[2:0], SCS5[2:0]). Each clock port is set to input mode at the
default setting.
Default value: 1
0
Normal output
1
Disable, low-level output (default)
Register 34 (22h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
34
22h
LRCK and BCK output disable at master mode
RSV
RSV
LB6D
LB5D
LB4D
LB3D
LB2D
LB1D
LB6D: LRCK6 and BCK6 Output Disable
LB5D: LRCK5 and BCK5 Output Disable
LB4D: LRCK4 and BCK4 Output Disable
LB3D: LRCK3 and BCK3 Output Disable
LB2D: LRCK2 and BCK2 Output Disable
LB1D: LRCK1 and BCK1 Output Disable
These bits are used to disable (low-level output) the LRCK/BCK ports (LRCK1/BCK1, LRCK2/BCK2,
LRCK3/BCK3, LRCK4/BCK4, LRCK5/BCK5 and LRCK6/BCK6) in output mode. It is necessary to use these bits
with Register 101 (LBS2[3:0], LBS1[3:0]), Register 104 (LBS4[3:0], LBS3[3:0]), and Register 107 (LBS6[3:0],
LBS5[3:0]). Each LRCK/BCK port is set to input mode at the default setting.
Default value: 1
54
0
Normal output
1
Disable, low-level output (default)
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Registers 35-39 (23h-27h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
35
23h
Read internal flag
RSV
RD12FS[2:0]
RHMR RHML
36
24h
Read internal flag
RSV
RD34FS[2:0]
RDM4 RDM3 RDM2 RDM1
37
25h
Read internal flag
RSV
RA12FS[2:0]
RAM4
RAM3
RAM2
RAM1
38
26h
Read internal flag
RSV
RA34FS[2:0]
RDZ4
RDZ3
RDZ2
RDZ1
39
27h
Read internal flag
CGLD
RAZ4
RAZ3
RAZ2
RAZ1
RSV
RHZR
B4
RHZL
B3
B2
B1
B0
RSV
RHPI
RD12FS[2:0]: Read System Clock fS Rate Detection Status for DAC12
RD34FS[2:0]: Read System Clock fS Rate Detection Status for DAC34
RA12FS[2:0]: Read System Clock fS Rate Detection Status for ADC12
RA34FS[2:0]: Read System Clock fS Rate Detection Status for ADC34
The PCM5310 includes automatic clock rate detection, which provides a divided clock to the ADC and DAC
channels. The result of the detected clock rate can be read through the I2C port.
Default value: 111
000
Reserved
001
128 fS (default)
010
192 fS
011
256 fS
100
384 fS
101
512 fS
110
768 fS
111
Reserved (default)
RHMR: Read Mute Status for Headphone Output R-Channel
RHML: Read Mute Status for Headphone Output L-Channel
These bits are used to read the mute status of the headphone output. The results can be read through the I2C
port.
Default value: 0
0
Mute disabled (default)
1
Mute enabled
RHPI: Read Headphone Insertion Detection Status for Headphone Output
This bit is used to read the headphone output insertion detection status through the I2C port. Headphone
insertion is set by Register 09 to Register 11 (GSL1[4:0], GSL2[4:0], GSL3[4:0]) with the GPIO port.
Default value: 0
0
Headphone not inserted (default)
1
Headphone inserted
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RDM4: Read Digital Mute Status for DAC34, R-Channel
RDM3: Read Digital Mute Status for DAC34, L-Channel
RDM2: Read Digital Mute Status for DAC12, R-Channel
RDM1: Read Digital Mute Status for DAC12, L-Channel
These bits are used to read the digital soft mute status for each DAC channel through the I2C port.
Default value: 1
0
Mute disabled
1
Mute enabled (default)
RAM4: Read Digital Mute Status for ADC34, R-Channel
RAM3: Read Digital Mute Status for ADC34, L-Channel
RAM2: Read Digital Mute Status for ADC12, R-Channel
RAM1: Read Digital Mute Status for ADC12, L-Channel
These bits are used to read the digital soft mute status for each ADC channel through the I2C port.
Default value: 1
0
Mute disabled
1
Mute enabled (default)
RRHZR: Read Volume Zero Cross Time Out Status for Headphone, R-Channel
RHZL: Read Volume Zero Cross Time Out Status for Headphone, L-Channel
RDZ4: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for DAC34, R-Channel
RDZ3: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for DAC34, L-Channel
RDZ2: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for DAC12, R-Channel
RDZ1: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for DAC12, L-Channel
RAZ4: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for ADC34, R-Channel
RAZ3: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for ADC34, L-Channel
RAZ2: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for ADC12, R-Channel
RAZ1: Read Digital Attenuation/Mute Zero Cross Timeout Status for ADC12, L-Channel
These bits are used to read the zero-crossing timeout status of digital soft mute and digital attenuation for each
ADCs and DACs channel and for headphone output volume through the I2C port.
Default value: 0
0
not timed out (default)
1
Timed out
CGLD: Glitch Reduction Disable when Changing Clock Source
This bit disables the glitch reduction circuit, which reduces audible pop noise when changing the clock input from
any SCKx to SCKx.
Default value: 0
56
0
Enabled (default)
1
Disabled
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Registers 40 and 41 (28h and 29h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
40
41
28h
Digital attenuation and mute control for DAC12
D12E
RSV
DUC2
DUC1
RSV
RSV
29h
Digital gain boost and digital soft mute for DAC12
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
DB12[1:0]
B1
B0
RSV
DZ12
DMU2 DMU1
D12E: Digital Attenuation and Mute Update Control Enable for DAC12
DUC2: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for DAC12, R-Channel
DUC1: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for DAC12, L-Channel
The digital attenuation and mute levels of DAC12 can be changed independently to any level by setting bits
DMU2 and DMU1 of Register 41, bits DAT1[7:0] of Register 42, and bits DAT2[7:0] of Register 43 when D12E =
'0'. When D12E = '1', the level is changed to any level at the same time when DUC2 = '1' or DUC1 = '1'. Both bits
are automatically set to '0' after being set to '1'. DUC2 and DUC1 must be set to '1' for every volume level setting
while HUPE = '1'.
Default value of D12E: 1. Default value of DUC2 and DUC1: 0
D12E = 0
Digital attenuation and mute update control disabled
D12E = 1
Digital attenuation and mute update control enabled (default)
DUC2, DUC1 = 0
No update level (default)
DUC2, DUC1 = 1
Update level (set to '0' automatically after setting to '1')
DZ12: Digital Attenuation and Mute Zero Crossing Enable for DAC12
This bit enables zero-crossing detection, which reduces zipper noise while the DAC digital attenuator and mute
settings are being changed. If no zero-crossing data are input for a 512/fS period (10.6 ms at a 48-kHz sampling
rate), then a timeout occurs and the PCM5310 volume level changes. Zero-crossing detection cannot be used
with continuous zero and dc data.
Default value: 0
0
Disabled (default)
1
Enabled
DB12[1:0]: Digital Gain Boost for DAC12
These bits boost the gain for the digital data input to the DAC12 channels before the digital attenuation.
Default value: 00
00
0dB (default)
01
6 dB
10
12 dB
11
18 dB
DMU2: Digital Mute Control for DAC12, R-Channel
DMU1: Digital Mute Control for DAC12, L-Channel
The PCM5310 can independently mute the DACs digital input data to zero level when DMU2 and DMU1 = '1'.
These settings take precedence over the attenuation level settings set by bits DAT1[7:0] and DAT2[7:0] in
register 42. The analog outputs may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced
by selecting zero-crossing detection (Register 40, DZ12).
Default value: 0
0
Mute disabled (default)
1
Mute enabled
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Registers 42 and 43 (2Ah and 2Bh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
42
2Ah
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC12 L-channel
DAT1[7:0]
43
2Bh
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC12 R-channel
DAT2[7:0]
B2
B1
B0
DAT1[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for DAC12, L-Channel
DAT2[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for DAC12, R-Channel
The digital attenuator of DAC12 can be independently set from 0 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB steps. The DAC12
output may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced by selecting zero
crossing detection (Register 40, DZ12).
Default value : 1111 1111
Table 33. Digital Attenuation Level Setting for DAC12
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
1111 1111
FF
0 dB (default)
1100 1100
CC
–25.5 dB
1001 1001
99
– 51 dB
0110 0110
66
1111 1110
FE
–0.5 dB
1100 1011
CB
–26 dB
1001 1000
98
–51.5 dB
0110 0101
65
–77 dB
1111 1101
FD
–1 dB
1100 1010
CA
–26.5 dB
1001 0111
97
–52 dB
0110 0100
64
–77.5 dB
1111 1100
FC
–1.5 dB
1100 1001
C9
–27 dB
1001 0110
96
–52.5 dB
0110 0011
63
–78 dB
1111 1011
FB
–2 dB
1100 1000
C8
–27.5 dB
1001 0101
95
–53 dB
0110 0010
62
–78.8 dB
1111 1010
FA
–2.5 dB
1100 0111
C7
–28 dB
1001 0100
94
–53.5 dB
0110 0001
61
–79 dB
1111 1001
F9
–3 dB
1100 0110
C6
–28.5 dB
1001 0011
93
–54 dB
0110 0000
60
–79.5 dB
1111 1000
F8
–3.5 dB
1100 0101
C5
–29 dB
1001 0010
92
–54.5 dB
0101 1111
5F
–80 dB
1111 0111
F7
–4 dB
1100 0100
C4
–29.5 dB
1001 0001
91
–55 dB
0101 1110
5E
–80.5 dB
1111 0110
F6
–4.5 dB
1100 0011
C3
–30 dB
1001 0000
90
–55.5 dB
0101 1101
5D
–81 dB
1111 0101
F5
–5 dB
1100 0010
C2
–30.5 dB
1000 1111
8F
–56 dB
0101 1100
5C
–81.5 dB
1111 0100
F4
–5.5 dB
1100 0001
C1
–31 dB
1000 1110
8E
–56.5 dB
0101 1011
5B
–82 dB
1111 0011
F3
–6 dB
1100 0000
C0
–31.5 dB
1000 1101
8D
–57 dB
0101 1010
5A
–82.5 dB
1111 0010
F2
–6.5 dB
1011 1111
BF
–32 dB
1000 1100
8C
–57.5 dB
0101 1001
59
–83 dB
1111 0001
F1
–7 dB
1011 1110
BE
–32.5 dB
1000 1011
8B
–58 dB
0101 1000
58
–83.5 dB
1111 0000
F0
–7.5 dB
1011 1101
BD
–33 dB
1000 1010
8A
–58.5 dB
0101 0111
57
–84 dB
1110 1111
EF
–8 dB
1011 1100
BC
–33.5 dB
1000 1001
89
–59 dB
0101 0110
56
–84.5 dB
1110 1110
EE
–8.5 dB
1011 1011
BB
–34 dB
1000 1000
88
–59.5 dB
0101 0101
55
–85 dB
1110 1101
ED
–9 dB
1011 1010
BA
–34.5 dB
1000 0111
87
–60 dB
0101 0100
54
–85.5 dB
1110 1100
EC
–9.5 dB
1011 1001
B9
–35 dB
1000 0110
86
–60.5 dB
0101 0011
53
–86 dB
1110 1011
EB
–10 dB
1011 1000
B8
–35.5 dB
1000 0101
85
–61 dB
0101 0010
52
–86.5 dB
1110 1010
EA
–10.5 dB
1011 0111
B7
–36 dB
1000 0100
84
–61.5 dB
0101 0001
51
–87 dB
1110 1001
E9
–11 dB
1011 0110
B6
–36.5 dB
1000 0011
83
–62 dB
0101 0000
50
–87.5 dB
1110 1000
E8
–11.5 dB
1011 0101
B5
–37 dB
1000 0010
82
–62.5 dB
0100 1111
4F
–88 dB
1110 0111
E7
–12 dB
1011 0100
B4
–37.5 dB
1000 0001
81
–63 dB
0100 1110
4E
–88.5 dB
1110 0110
E6
–12.5 dB
1011 0011
B3
–38 dB
1000 0000
80
–63.5 dB
0100 1101
4D
–89 dB
1110 0101
E5
–13 dB
1011 0010
B2
–38.5 dB
0111 1111
7F
–64 dB
0100 1100
4C
–89.5 dB
1110 0100
E4
–13.5 dB
1011 0001
B1
–39 dB
0111 1110
7E
–64.5 dB
0100 1011
4B
–90 dB
1110 0011
E3
–14 dB
1011 0000
B0
–39.5 dB
0111 1101
7D
–65 dB
0100 1010
4A
–90.5 dB
1110 0010
E2
–14.5 dB
1010 1111
AF
–40 dB
0111 1100
7C
–65.5 dB
0100 1001
49
–91 dB
1110 0001
E1
–15 dB
1010 1110
AE
–40.5 dB
0111 1011
7B
–66 dB
0100 1000
48
–91.5 dB
1110 0000
E0
–15.5 dB
1010 1101
AD
–41 dB
0111 1010
7A
–66.5 dB
0100 0111
47
–92 dB
1101 1111
DF
–16 dB
1010 1100
AC
–41.5 dB
0111 1001
79
–67 dB
0100 0110
46
–92.5 dB
1101 1110
DE
–16.5 dB
1010 1011
AB
–42 dB
0111 1000
78
–67.5 dB
0100 0101
45
–93 dB
58
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Table 33. Digital Attenuation Level Setting for DAC12 (continued)
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT1[7:0]
DAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
1101 1101
DD
–17 dB
1010 1010
AA
–42.5 dB
0111 0111
77
–68 dB
0100 0100
44
–93.5 dB
1101 1100
DC
–17.5 dB
1010 1001
A9
–43 dB
0111 0110
76
–68.5 dB
0100 0011
43
–94 dB
1101 1011
DB
–18 dB
1010 1000
A8
–43.5 dB
0111 0101
75
–69 dB
0100 0010
42
–94.5 dB
1101 1010
DA
–18.5 dB
1010 0111
A7
–44 dB
0111 0100
74
–69.5 dB
0100 0001
41
–95 dB
1101 1001
D9
–19 dB
1010 0110
A6
–44.5 dB
0111 0011
73
–70 dB
0100 0000
40
–95.5 dB
1101 1000
D8
–19.5 dB
1010 0101
A5
–45 dB
0111 0010
72
–70.5 dB
0011 1111
3F
–96 dB
1101 0111
D7
–20 dB
1010 0100
A4
–45.5 dB
0111 0001
71
–71 dB
0011 1110
3E
–96.5 dB
1101 0110
D6
–20.5 dB
1010 0011
A3
–46 dB
0111 0000
70
–71.5 dB
0011 1101
3D
–97 dB
1101 0101
D5
–21 dB
1010 0010
A2
–46.5 dB
0110 1111
6F
–72 dB
0011 1100
3C
–97.5 dB
1101 0100
D4
–21.5 dB
1010 0001
A1
–47 dB
0110 1110
6E
–72.5 dB
0011 1011
3B
–98 dB
1101 0011
D3
–22 dB
1010 0000
A0
–47.5 dB
0110 1101
6D
–73 dB
0011 1010
3A
–98.5 dB
1101 0010
D2
–22.5 dB
1001 1111
9F
–48 dB
0110 1100
6C
–73.5 dB
0011 1001
39
–99 dB
1101 0001
D1
–23 dB
1001 1110
9E
–48.5 dB
0110 1011
6B
–74 dB
0011 1000
38
–99.5 dB
1101 0000
D0
–23.5 dB
1001 1101
9D
–49 dB
0110 1010
6A
–74.5 dB
0011 0111
37
–100 dB
1100 1111
CF
–24 dB
1001 1100
9C
–49.5 dB
0110 1001
69
–75 dB
1100 1110
CE
–24.5 dB
1001 1011
9B
–50 dB
0110 1000
68
–75.5 dB
CD
–25 dB
1001 1010
9A
–50.5 dB
0110 0111
67
–76 dB
36
⋮
00
Mute
1100 1101
0011 0110
⋮
0000 0000
Registers 44 and 45 (2Ch and 2Dh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
44
2Ch
Master/slave interface format for DAC12
B7
45
2Dh
De-emphasis filter control for DAC12
B6
B5
B4
DMS12[3:0]
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
B3
B2
RSV
RSV
DFM12[1:0]
B1
B0
DM12
RSV
DF12[1:0]
DMS12[3:0]: Master/Slave Audio Interface Setting for DAC12
These bits set the master or slave mode. DAC12 receives LRCK and BCK from PORT-1, PORT-2, PORT-3,
PORT-4, PORT-5 or PORT-6 in slave mode, and generates LRCK and BCK from SCK in master mode.
Default value: 1000
DMS12[3:0]
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
DAC12
DMS12[3:0]
DAC12
0000
Reserved
1000
Slave and system clock fS auto-detect mode (default)
0001
Master and system clock 768 fS
1001
Slave and system clock 768 fS
0010
Master and system clock 512 fS
1010
Slave and system clock 512 fS
0011
Master and system clock 384 fS
1011
Slave and system clock 384 fS
0100
Master and system clock 256 fS
1100
Slave and system clock 256 fS
0101
Master and system clock 192 fS
1101
Slave and system clock 192 fS
0110
Master and system clock 128 fS
1110
Slave and system clock 128 fS
0111
Reserved
1111
Reserved
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DFM12[1:0]: Audio Interface Format for DAC12
These bits select the DAC12 audio data format as I2S, right-justified, or left-justified.
Default value: 00
00
16 to 24 bits, I2S (default)
01
16 to 24 bits, left-justified
10
24 bits, right-justified
11
16 bits, right-justified
DM12: De-Emphasis Filter Enable for DAC12
This bit enables the DAC12 de-emphasis filter. The frequency can be selected by setting bits DF12[1:0] of
Register 45.
Default value: 0
0
Disable (default)
1
Enable
DF12[1:0]: De-Emphasis Filter Sampling Rate Selection for DAC12
A digital de-emphasis filter is in front of the interpolation filter. One of three de-emphasis filters can be selected
corresponding to the sampling rate: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 48 kHz.
Default value: 00
00
44.1 kHz (default)
01
48 kHz
10
32 kHz
11
Reserved
Register 46 (2Eh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
46
2Eh
Power up/down, oversampling rate control for DAC12
PD12
RSV
B5
B4
OV12[1:0]
B3
B2
B1
B0
ZR12
RSV
RSV
RSV
PD12: Power Up/Down Control for DAC12
This bit controls the power up/down for DAC12, including the interpolation filter.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
OV12[1:0]: Oversampling Rate Control for DAC12
These bits are used to control the oversampling rate of the DAC12 delta-sigma modulator.
Default value: 01
SYSTEM CLOCK RATE
OV12
128 fS, 192 fS
256 fS, 384 fS
128 fS, 192 fS
00
16 fS
32 fS
64 fS
01 (default)
32 fS
64 fS
128 fS
10
11
(1)
60
—
32 fS
128 fS
—
(1)
128 fS
(1)
Less than fS = 48 kHz
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ZR12: Zero Flag Reverse
This bit reverses the polarity of the zero flag output. The zero flag goes from low to high after the digital input
data are continuously zero during 1024 fS when ZR12 = '0'. The zero flag can output from the GPIO pins by
setting Registers 9 to 11 (GSL1[4:0], GSL2[4:0], GSL3[4:0]).
Default value: 0
0
Buffered output (default)
1
Inverted output
Registers 50 and 51 (32h and 33h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
50
32h
Digital attenuation and mute control for DAC34
D34E
RSV
DUC4
DUC3
RSV
RSV
RSV
DZ34
51
33h
Digital gain boost and digital soft mute for DAC34
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
DB34[1:0]
DMU4 DMU3
D34E: Digital Attenuation and Mute Update Control Enable for DAC34
DUC4: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for DAC34, R-Channel
DUC3: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for DAC34, L-Channel
The digital attenuation and mute levels of DAC34 can be changed independently to any level by setting bits
DMU4 and DMU3 in Register 51, bits DAT3[7:0] in Register 52, and bits DAT4[7:0] in Register 53 when D34E =
'0'. When D34E = '1', the level is changed to any level at the same time when DUC4 = '1' or DUC3 = '1'. Both bits
are automatically set to '0' after they are set to '1'. DUC4 and DUC3 must be set to '1' for every volume level
setting while D34E = '1'.
Default value of D34E: 1. Default value of DUC4 and DUC3: 0
D34E = 0
Digital attenuation and mute update control disabled
D34E = 1
Digital attenuation and mute update control enabled (default)
DUC4, DUC3 = 0
No update level (default)
DUC4, DUC3 = 1
Update level (set to '0' automatically after setting to '1')
DZ34: Digital Attenuation and Mute Zero Cross Enable for DAC34
This bit enables zero-crossing detection, which reduces zipper noise while the DAC digital attenuator and mute
settings are being changed. If no zero-crossing data are input for a 512/fS period (10.6 ms at a 48-kHz sampling
rate), then a timeout occurs and the PCM5310 volume level changes. Zero-crossing detection cannot be used
with continuous zero and dc data.
Default value: 0
0
Disable (default)
1
Enable
DB34[1:0]: Digital Gain Boost for DAC34
These bits are used to boost the gain of digital data input to the DACs in front of the digital attenuator.
Default value: 00
00
0 dB (default)
01
6 dB
10
12 dB
11
18 dB
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DMU4: Digital Mute Control for DAC34, R-Channel
DMU3: Digital Mute Control for DAC34, L-Channel
The PCM5310 can independently mute the DAC digital input data to a zero level when DMU4 and DMU3 = '1'.
These settings take precedence over the attenuation level settings of bits DAT3[7:0] and DAT4[7:0] in registers
52 and 53. The analog outputs may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced
by selecting zero-crossing detection (Register 50, DZ34).
Default value: 0
0
Mute disabled (default)
1
Mute enabled
Registers 52 and 53 (34h and 35h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
52
34h
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC34 L-channel
B7
B6
B5
B4
DAT3[7:0]
B3
53
35h
Digital attenuation level setting for DAC34 R-channel
DAT4[7:0]
B2
B1
B0
DAT3[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for DAC34, L-Channel
DAT4[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for DAC34, R-Channel
The digital attenuator of DAC34 can be independently set from 0 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB steps. The DAC34
output may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced by selecting zero
crossing detection (Register 50, DZ34).
Default value : 1111 1111
Table 34. Digital Attenuation Level Setting for DAC34
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
1111 1111
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
FF
0 dB (default)
1100 1100
CC
1111 1110
FE
–0.5 dB
1100 1011
1111 1101
FD
–1 dB
1100 1010
1111 1100
FC
–1.5 dB
1100 1001
1111 1011
FB
–2 dB
1100 1000
1111 1010
FA
–2.5 dB
1100 0111
1111 1001
F9
–3 dB
1100 0110
1111 1000
F8
–3.5 dB
1111 0111
F7
1111 0110
F6
1111 0101
F5
1111 0100
1111 0011
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
–25.5 dB
1001 1001
99
– 51 dB
0110 0110
66
CB
–26 dB
1001 1000
98
–51.5 dB
0110 0101
65
–77 dB
CA
–26.5 dB
1001 0111
97
–52 dB
0110 0100
64
–77.5 dB
C9
–27 dB
1001 0110
96
–52.5 dB
0110 0011
63
–78 dB
C8
–27.5 dB
1001 0101
95
–53 dB
0110 0010
62
–78.8 dB
C7
–28 dB
1001 0100
94
–53.5 dB
0110 0001
61
–79 dB
C6
–28.5 dB
1001 0011
93
–54 dB
0110 0000
60
–79.5 dB
1100 0101
C5
–29 dB
1001 0010
92
–54.5 dB
0101 1111
5F
–80 dB
–4 dB
1100 0100
C4
–29.5 dB
1001 0001
91
–55 dB
0101 1110
5E
–80.5 dB
–4.5 dB
1100 0011
C3
–30 dB
1001 0000
90
–55.5 dB
0101 1101
5D
–81 dB
–5 dB
1100 0010
C2
–30.5 dB
1000 1111
8F
–56 dB
0101 1100
5C
–81.5 dB
F4
–5.5 dB
1100 0001
C1
–31 dB
1000 1110
8E
–56.5 dB
0101 1011
5B
–82 dB
F3
–6 dB
1100 0000
C0
–31.5 dB
1000 1101
8D
–57 dB
0101 1010
5A
–82.5 dB
1111 0010
F2
–6.5 dB
1011 1111
BF
–32 dB
1000 1100
8C
–57.5 dB
0101 1001
59
–83 dB
1111 0001
F1
–7 dB
1011 1110
BE
–32.5 dB
1000 1011
8B
–58 dB
0101 1000
58
–83.5 dB
1111 0000
F0
–7.5 dB
1011 1101
BD
–33 dB
1000 1010
8A
–58.5 dB
0101 0111
57
–84 dB
1110 1111
EF
–8 dB
1011 1100
BC
–33.5 dB
1000 1001
89
–59 dB
0101 0110
56
–84.5 dB
1110 1110
EE
–8.5 dB
1011 1011
BB
–34 dB
1000 1000
88
–59.5 dB
0101 0101
55
–85 dB
1110 1101
ED
–9 dB
1011 1010
BA
–34.5 dB
1000 0111
87
–60 dB
0101 0100
54
–85.5 dB
1110 1100
EC
–9.5 dB
1011 1001
B9
–35 dB
1000 0110
86
–60.5 dB
0101 0011
53
–86 dB
1110 1011
EB
–10 dB
1011 1000
B8
–35.5 dB
1000 0101
85
–61 dB
0101 0010
52
–86.5 dB
1110 1010
EA
–10.5 dB
1011 0111
B7
–36 dB
1000 0100
84
–61.5 dB
0101 0001
51
–87 dB
1110 1001
E9
–11 dB
1011 0110
B6
–36.5 dB
1000 0011
83
–62 dB
0101 0000
50
–87.5 dB
62
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DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
DAT3[7:0]
DAT4[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
1110 1000
E8
–11.5 dB
1011 0101
B5
–37 dB
1000 0010
82
–62.5 dB
0100 1111
4F
–88 dB
1110 0111
E7
–12 dB
1011 0100
B4
–37.5 dB
1000 0001
81
–63 dB
0100 1110
4E
–88.5 dB
1110 0110
E6
–12.5 dB
1011 0011
B3
–38 dB
1000 0000
80
–63.5 dB
0100 1101
4D
–89 dB
1110 0101
E5
–13 dB
1011 0010
B2
–38.5 dB
0111 1111
7F
–64 dB
0100 1100
4C
–89.5 dB
1110 0100
E4
–13.5 dB
1011 0001
B1
–39 dB
0111 1110
7E
–64.5 dB
0100 1011
4B
–90 dB
1110 0011
E3
–14 dB
1011 0000
B0
–39.5 dB
0111 1101
7D
–65 dB
0100 1010
4A
–90.5 dB
1110 0010
E2
–14.5 dB
1010 1111
AF
–40 dB
0111 1100
7C
–65.5 dB
0100 1001
49
–91 dB
1110 0001
E1
–15 dB
1010 1110
AE
–40.5 dB
0111 1011
7B
–66 dB
0100 1000
48
–91.5 dB
1110 0000
E0
–15.5 dB
1010 1101
AD
–41 dB
0111 1010
7A
–66.5 dB
0100 0111
47
–92 dB
–92.5 dB
1101 1111
DF
–16 dB
1010 1100
AC
–41.5 dB
0111 1001
79
–67 dB
0100 0110
46
1101 1110
DE
–16.5 dB
1010 1011
AB
–42 dB
0111 1000
78
–67.5 dB
0100 0101
45
–93 dB
1101 1101
DD
–17 dB
1010 1010
AA
–42.5 dB
0111 0111
77
–68 dB
0100 0100
44
–93.5 dB
1101 1100
DC
–17.5 dB
1010 1001
A9
–43 dB
0111 0110
76
–68.5 dB
0100 0011
43
–94 dB
1101 1011
DB
–18 dB
1010 1000
A8
–43.5 dB
0111 0101
75
–69 dB
0100 0010
42
–94.5 dB
1101 1010
DA
–18.5 dB
1010 0111
A7
–44 dB
0111 0100
74
–69.5 dB
0100 0001
41
–95 dB
1101 1001
D9
–19 dB
1010 0110
A6
–44.5 dB
0111 0011
73
–70 dB
0100 0000
40
–95.5 dB
1101 1000
D8
–19.5 dB
1010 0101
A5
–45 dB
0111 0010
72
–70.5 dB
0011 1111
3F
–96 dB
1101 0111
D7
–20 dB
1010 0100
A4
–45.5 dB
0111 0001
71
–71 dB
0011 1110
3E
–96.5 dB
1101 0110
D6
–20.5 dB
1010 0011
A3
–46 dB
0111 0000
70
–71.5 dB
0011 1101
3D
–97 dB
1101 0101
D5
–21 dB
1010 0010
A2
–46.5 dB
0110 1111
6F
–72 dB
0011 1100
3C
–97.5 dB
1101 0100
D4
–21.5 dB
1010 0001
A1
–47 dB
0110 1110
6E
–72.5 dB
0011 1011
3B
–98 dB
1101 0011
D3
–22 dB
1010 0000
A0
–47.5 dB
0110 1101
6D
–73 dB
0011 1010
3A
–98.5 dB
1101 0010
D2
–22.5 dB
1001 1111
9F
–48 dB
0110 1100
6C
–73.5 dB
0011 1001
39
–99 dB
1101 0001
D1
–23 dB
1001 1110
9E
–48.5 dB
0110 1011
6B
–74 dB
0011 1000
38
–99.5 dB
1101 0000
D0
–23.5 dB
1001 1101
9D
–49 dB
0110 1010
6A
–74.5 dB
0011 0111
37
–100 dB
1100 1111
CF
–24 dB
1001 1100
9C
–49.5 dB
0110 1001
69
–75 dB
1100 1110
CE
–24.5 dB
1001 1011
9B
–50 dB
0110 1000
68
–75.5 dB
CD
–25 dB
1001 1010
9A
–50.5 dB
0110 0111
67
–76 dB
36
⋮
00
Mute
1100 1101
0011 0110
⋮
0000 0000
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Registers 54 and 55 (36h and 37h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
54
36h
Master/slave interface format for DAC34
55
37h
De-emphasis filter control for DAC34
B7
B6
RSV
RSV
B5
B4
B3
B2
RSV
RSV
DFM34[1:0]
RSV
DM34
RSV
DF34[1:0]
DMS34[3:0]
RSV
B1
B0
DMS34[3:0]: Master/Slave Audio Interface Setting for DAC34
These bits set the master or slave mode. DAC34 receives LRCK and BCK from PORT-1, PORT-2, PORT-3,
PORT-4, PORT-5 or PORT-6 in slave mode, and generates LRCK and BCK from SCK in master mode.
Default value: 1000
DMS34[3:0]
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
DAC34
DMS34[3:0]
DAC34
0000
Reserved
1000
Slave and system clock fS auto-detect mode (default)
0001
Master and system clock 768 fS
1001
Slave and system clock 768 fS
0010
Master and system clock 512 fS
1010
Slave and system clock 512 fS
0011
Master and system clock 384 fS
1011
Slave and system clock 384 fS
0100
Master and system clock 256 fS
1100
Slave and system clock 256 fS
0101
Master and system clock 192 fS
1101
Slave and system clock 192 fS
0110
Master and system clock 128 fS
1110
Slave and system clock 128 fS
0111
Reserved
1111
Reserved
DFM34[1:0]: Audio Interface Format for DAC34
These bits select the DAC34 audio data format as I2S, right-justified, or left-justified.
Default value: 00
00
16 to 24 bits, I2S (default)
01
16 to 24 bits, left-justified
10
24 bits, right-justified
11
16 bits, right-justified
DM34: De-Emphasis Filter Enable for DAC34
This bit enables the DAC34 de-emphasis filter. The frequency can be selected by setting bits DF34[1:0] of
Register 55.
Default value: 0
0
Disable (default)
1
Enable
DF34[1:0]: De-Emphasis Filter Sampling Rate Selection for DAC34
A digital de-emphasis filter is in front of the interpolation filter. One of three de-emphasis filters can be selected
corresponding to the sampling rate: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 48 kHz.
Default value: 00
64
00
44.1 kHz (default)
01
48 kHz
10
32 kHz
11
Reserved
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Register 56 (38h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
56
38h
Power up/down, oversampling rate control for DAC34
PD34
RSV
B5
B4
OV34[1:0]
B3
B2
B1
B0
ZR34
RSV
RSV
RSV
PD34: Power Up/Down Control for DAC34
This bit controls the power up/down for DAC34, including the interpolation filter.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
OV34[1:0]: Oversampling Rate Control for DAC34
These bits control the oversampling rate of the DAC34 delta-sigma modulator.
Default value: 01
SYSTEM CLOCK RATE
OV34
128 fS, 192 fS
256 fS, 384 fS
00
16 fS
32 fS
64 fS
01 (default)
32 fS
64 fS
128 fS
—
—
10
11
(1)
32 fS
128 fS
(1)
128 fS, 192 fS
128 fS
(1)
Less than fS = 48 kHz
ZR34: Zero Flag Reverse
This bit reverses the polarity of the zero flag output. The zero flag is high after input data are zero during 1024 fS
when ZR34 = '0', and is set with the GPIO port by bits GSL1[4:0], GSL2[4:0], GSL3[4:0] in registers 09 to 11.
Default value: 0
0
Buffered output (default)
1
Inverted output
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Registers 80 and 81 (50h and 51h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
80
50h
Digital attenuation and mute control for ADC12
81
51h
Digital soft mute for ADC12
B1
B0
A12E
RSV
AUC2
AUC1
RSV
RSV
RSV
AZ12
RSV
FS12
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
AMU2
AMU1
A12E: Digital Attenuation and Mute Update Control Enable for ADC12
AUC2: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for ADC12, R-Channel
AUC1: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for ADC12, L-Channel
The digital attenuation and mute levels of ADC12 can be changed independently to any level by setting bits
AMU2 and AMU1 in Register 81, bits AAT1[7:0] in Register 82, and bits AAT2[7:0] in Register 83 when A12E =
'0'. When A12E = '1', the level is changed to any level at the same time when AUC2 = '1' or AUC1 = '1'. Both bits
are automatically set to '0' after they are set to '1'. AUC2 and AUC1 must be set to '1' for every volume level
setting while A12E = '1'.
Default value of A12E: 1. Default value of AUC2 and AUC1: 0
A12E = 0
Digital attenuation and mute update control disabled
A12E = 1
Digital attenuation and mute update control enabled (default)
AUC2, AUC1 = 0 No update level (default)
AUC2, AUC1 = 1 Update level (set to '1' automatically after setting to '0')
AZ12: Digital Attenuation and Mute Zero Crossing Enable for ADC12
This bit enables zero-crossing detection, which reduces zipper noise while the ADC digital attenuator and mute
settings are being changed. If no zero-crossing data are input for a 512/fS period (10.6 ms at a 48-kHz sampling
rate), then a timeout occurs and the PCM5310 volume level changes. Zero-crossing detection cannot be used
with continuous zero and dc data.
Default value: 0
0
Disable (default)
1
Enable
FS12: Sampling Rate Selection for ADC12
This bit is used to select the ADS12 sampling rate. FS12 must be set to '1' when the sampling rate is greater
than 48 kHz.
Default value: 0
0
fS ≤ 48 kHz (default)
1
fS > 48 kHz
AMU2: Digital Mute Control for ADC12, R-Channel
AMU1: Digital Mute Control for ADC12, L-Channel
The PCM5310 can independently mute the DAC digital input data to a zero level when AMU2 and AMU1 = '1'.
These settings take precedence over the attenuation level settings of bits AAT1[7:0] and AAT2[7:0] in registers
82 and 83. The analog outputs may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced
by selecting zero-crossing detection (Register 80, AZ12).
Default value: 0
66
0
Mute disabled (default)
1
Mute enabled
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Registers 82 and 83 (52h and 53h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
82
52h
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC12 L-channel
AAT1[7:0]
83
53h
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC12 R-channel
AAT2[7:0]
B2
B1
B0
AAT1[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for ADC12, L-Channel
AAT2[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for ADC12, R-Channel
The digital attenuator of ADC12 can be independently set from 20 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB steps. The ADC12
output may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced by selecting zero
crossing detection (Register 80, AZ12).
Default value : 1101 0111
Table 35. Digital Attenuation Level Setting for ADC12
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
1111 1111
FF
20 dB
1100 0010
C2
–10.5 dB
1000 0101
85
–41 dB
0100 1000
48
1111 1110
FE
19.5 dB
1100 0001
C1
–11 dB
1000 0100
84
–41.5 dB
0100 0111
47
–71.5 dB
–72 dB
1111 1101
FD
19 dB
1100 0000
C0
–11.5 dB
1000 0011
83
–42 dB
0100 0110
46
–72.5 dB
1111 1100
FC
18.5 dB
1011 1111
BF
–12 dB
1000 0010
82
–42.5 dB
0100 0101
45
–73 dB
1111 1011
FB
18 dB
1011 1110
BE
–12.5 dB
1000 0001
81
–43 dB
0100 0100
44
–73.5 dB
1111 1010
FA
17.5 dB
1011 1101
BD
–13 dB
1000 0000
80
–43.5 dB
0100 0011
43
–74 dB
1111 1001
F9
17 dB
1011 1100
BC
–13.5 dB
0111 1111
7F
–44 dB
0100 0010
42
–74.5 dB
1111 1000
F8
16.5 dB
1011 1011
BB
–14 dB
0111 1110
7E
–44.5 dB
0100 0001
41
–75 dB
1111 0111
F7
16 dB
1011 1010
BA
–14.5 dB
0111 1101
7D
–45 dB
0100 0000
40
–75.5 dB
1111 0110
F6
15.5 dB
1011 1001
B9
–15 dB
0111 1100
7C
–45.5 dB
0011 1111
3F
–76 dB
1111 0101
F5
15 dB
1011 1000
B8
–15.5 dB
0111 1011
7B
–46 dB
0011 1110
3E
–76.5 dB
1111 0100
F4
14.5 dB
1011 0111
B7
–16 dB
0111 1010
7A
–46.5 dB
0011 1101
3D
–77 dB
1111 0011
F3
14 dB
1011 0110
B6
–16.5 dB
0111 1001
79
–47 dB
0011 1100
3C
–77.5 dB
1111 0010
F2
13.5 dB
1011 0101
B5
–17 dB
0111 1000
78
–47.5 dB
0011 1011
3B
–78 dB
1111 0001
F1
13 dB
1011 0100
B4
–17.5 dB
0111 0111
77
–48 dB
0011 1010
3A
–78.8 dB
1111 0000
F0
12.5 dB
1011 0011
B3
–18 dB
0111 0110
76
–48.5 dB
0011 1001
39
–79 dB
1110 1111
EF
12 dB
1011 0010
B2
–18.5 dB
0111 0101
75
–49 dB
0011 1000
38
–79.5 dB
1110 1110
EE
11.5 dB
1011 0001
B1
–19 dB
0111 0100
74
–49.5 dB
0011 0111
37
–80 dB
1110 1101
ED
11 dB
1011 0000
B0
–19.5 dB
0111 0011
73
–50 dB
0011 0110
36
–80.5 dB
1110 1100
EC
10.5 dB
1010 1111
AF
–20 dB
0111 0010
72
–50.5 dB
0011 0101
35
–81 dB
1110 1011
EB
10 dB
1010 1110
AE
–20.5 dB
0111 0001
71
– 51 dB
0011 0100
34
–81.5 dB
1110 1010
EA
9.5 dB
1010 1101
AD
–21 dB
0111 0000
70
–51.5 dB
0011 0011
33
–82 dB
1110 1001
E9
9 dB
1010 1100
AC
–21.5 dB
0110 1111
6F
–52 dB
0011 0010
32
–82.5 dB
1110 1000
E8
8.5 dB
1010 1011
AB
–22 dB
0110 1110
6E
–52.5 dB
0011 0001
31
–83 dB
1110 0111
E7
8 dB
1010 1010
AA
–22.5 dB
0110 1101
6D
–53 dB
0011 0000
30
–83.5 dB
1110 0110
E6
7.5 dB
1010 1001
A9
–23 dB
0110 1100
6C
–53.5 dB
0010 1111
2F
–84 dB
1110 0101
E5
7 dB
1010 1000
A8
–23.5 dB
0110 1011
6B
–54 dB
0010 1110
2E
–84.5 dB
1110 0100
E4
6.5 dB
1010 0111
A7
–24 dB
0110 1010
6A
–54.5 dB
0010 1101
2D
–85 dB
1110 0011
E3
6 dB
1010 0110
A6
–24.5 dB
0110 1001
69
–55 dB
0010 1100
2C
–85.5 dB
1110 0010
E2
5.5 dB
1010 0101
A5
–25 dB
0110 1000
68
–55.5 dB
0010 1011
2B
–86 dB
1110 0001
E1
5 dB
1010 0100
A4
–25.5 dB
0110 0111
67
–56 dB
0010 1010
2A
–86.5 dB
1110 0000
E0
4.5 dB
1010 0011
A3
–26 dB
0110 0110
66
–56.5 dB
0010 1001
29
–87 dB
1101 1111
DF
4 dB
1010 0010
A2
–26.5 dB
0110 0101
65
–57 dB
0010 1000
28
–87.5 dB
1101 1110
DE
3.5 dB
1010 0001
A1
–27 dB
0110 0100
64
–57.5 dB
0010 0111
27
–88 dB
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AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
1101 1101
DD
3 dB
1010 0000
A0
–27.5 dB
0110 0011
63
–58 dB
0010 0110
26
–88.5 dB
1101 1100
DC
2.5 dB
1001 1111
9F
–28 dB
0110 0010
62
–58.5 dB
0010 0101
25
–89 dB
1101 1011
DB
2 dB
1001 1110
9E
–28.5 dB
0110 0001
61
–59 dB
0010 0100
24
–89.5 dB
1101 1010
DA
1.5 dB
1001 1101
9D
–29 dB
0110 0000
60
–59.5 dB
0010 0011
23
–90 dB
1101 1001
D9
1 dB
1001 1100
9C
–29.5 dB
0101 1111
5F
–60 dB
0010 0010
22
–90.5 dB
1101 1000
D8
0.5 dB
1001 1011
9B
–30 dB
0101 1110
5E
–60.5 dB
0010 0001
21
–91 dB
1101 0111
D7
0 dB (default)
1001 1010
9A
–30.5 dB
0101 1101
5D
–61 dB
0010 0000
20
–91.5 dB
1101 0110
D6
–0.5 dB
1001 1001
99
–31 dB
0101 1100
5C
–61.5 dB
0001 1111
1F
–92 dB
1101 0101
D5
–1 dB
1001 1000
98
–31.5 dB
0101 1011
5B
–62 dB
0001 1110
1E
–92.5 dB
1101 0100
D4
–1.5 dB
1001 0111
97
–32 dB
0101 1010
5A
–62.5 dB
0001 1101
1D
–93 dB
1101 0011
D3
–2 dB
1001 0110
96
–32.5 dB
0101 1001
59
–63 dB
0001 1100
1C
–93.5 dB
1101 0010
D2
–2.5 dB
1001 0101
95
–33 dB
0101 1000
58
–63.5 dB
0001 1011
1B
–94 dB
1101 0001
D1
–3 dB
1001 0100
94
–33.5 dB
0101 0111
57
–64 dB
0001 1010
1A
–94.5 dB
1101 0000
D0
–3.5 dB
1001 0011
93
–34 dB
0101 0110
56
–64.5 dB
0001 1001
19
–95 dB
1100 1111
CF
–4 dB
1001 0010
92
–34.5 dB
0101 0101
55
–65 dB
0001 1000
18
–95.5 dB
1100 1110
CE
–4.5 dB
1001 0001
91
–35 dB
0101 0100
54
–65.5 dB
0001 0111
17
–96 dB
1100 1101
CD
–5 dB
1001 0000
90
–35.5 dB
0101 0011
53
–66 dB
0001 0110
16
–96.5 dB
1100 1100
CC
–5.5 dB
1000 1111
8F
–36 dB
0101 0010
52
–66.5 dB
0001 0101
15
–97 dB
1100 1011
CB
–6 dB
1000 1110
8E
–36.5 dB
0101 0001
51
–67 dB
0001 0100
14
–97.5 dB
1100 1010
CA
–6.5 dB
1000 1101
8D
–37 dB
0101 0000
50
–67.5 dB
0001 0011
13
–98 dB
1100 1001
C9
–7 dB
1000 1100
8C
–37.5 dB
0100 1111
4F
–68 dB
0001 0010
12
–98.5 dB
1100 1000
C8
–7.5 dB
1000 1011
8B
–38 dB
0100 1110
4E
–68.5 dB
0001 0001
11
–99 dB
1100 0111
C7
–8 dB
1000 1010
8A
–38.5 dB
0100 1101
4D
–69 dB
0001 0000
10
–99.5 dB
1100 0110
C6
–8.5 dB
1000 1001
89
–39 dB
0100 1100
4C
–69.5 dB
0000 1111
0F
–100 dB
1100 0101
C5
–9 dB
1000 1000
88
–39.5 dB
0100 1011
4B
–70 dB
1100 0100
C4
–9.5 dB
1000 0111
87
–40 dB
0100 1010
4A
–70.5 dB
C3
–10 dB
1000 0110
86
–40.5 dB
0100 1001
49
–71 dB
0E
⋮
00
Mute
1100 0011
0000 1110
⋮
0000 0000
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Register 84 (54h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
84
54h
Master/slave interface format for ADC12
B6
B5
B4
AMS12[3:0]
B3
B2
HF12
RSV
B1
B0
AFM12[1:0]
AMS12[3:0]: Master/Slave Audio Interface Setting for ADC12
These bits set the master or slave mode. ADC12 receives LRCK and BCK from PORT-1, PORT-2, PORT-3,
PORT-4, PORT-5 or PORT-6 in slave mode, and generates LRCK and BCK from SCK in master mode.
Default value: 1000
AMS12[3:0]
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
ADC12
AMS12[3:0]
ADC12
0000
Reserved
1000
Slave and system clock fS auto-detect mode (default)
0001
Master and system clock 768 fS
1001
Slave and system clock 768 fS
0010
Master and system clock 512 fS
1010
Slave and system clock 512 fS
0011
Master and system clock 384 fS
1011
Slave and system clock 384 fS
0100
Master and system clock 256 fS
1100
Slave and system clock 256 fS
0101
Reserved
1101
Reserved
0110
Reserved
1110
Reserved
0111
Reserved
1111
Reserved
HF12: High-Pass Filter Disable for ADC12
This bit disables the digital high-pass filter of ADC12.
Default value: 0
0
(0.019 fS/1000) Hz (default)
1
Off
AFM12[1:0]: Audio Interface Format for ADC12
These bits select the ADC12 audio data format as I2S, right-justified, or left-justified.
Default value: 00
00
16 to 24 bits, I2S (default)
01
16 to 24 bits, left-justified
10
24 bits, right-justified
11
16 bits, right-justified
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Register 85 (55h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
85
55h
Power up/down for ADC12
PA12
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
PA12: Power Up/Down Control for ADC12
This bit controls the power up/down for ADC12, including the decimation filter.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
Register 90 (5Ah)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
90
5Ah
Digital attenuation and mute control for ADC34
A34E
RSV
AUC4
AUC3
RSV
RSV
RSV
AZ34
A34E: Digital Attenuation and Mute Update Control Enable for ADC34
AUC4: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for ADC34, R-Channel
AUC3: Digital Attenuation and Mute Setting Update for ADC34, L-Channel
The digital attenuation and mute levels of ADC12 can be changed independently to any level by setting bits
AMU4 and AMU3 in Register 91, bits AAT3[7:0] in Register 92, and bits AAT4[7:0] in Register 93 when
A34E = '0'. When A34E = '1', the level is changed to any level at the same time when AUC4 = '1' or AUC3 = '1'.
Both bits are automatically set to '0' after they are to '1'. AUC4 and AUC3 must be set to '1' for every volume
level setting while A34E = '1'.
Default value of A34E: 1. Default value of AUC4 and AUC3: 0
A34E = 0
Digital attenuation and mute update control disabled
A34E = 1
Digital attenuation and mute update control enabled (default)
AUC4, AUC3 = 0 No update level (default)
AUC4, AUC3 = 1 Update level (set to '0' automatically after setting to '1')
AZ34: Digital Attenuation and Mute Zero Cross Enable for ADC34
This bit enables zero-crossing detection, which reduces zipper noise while the ADC digital attenuator and mute
settings are being changed. If no zero-crossing data are input for a 512/fS period (10.6 ms at a 48-kHz sampling
rate), then a timeout occurs and the PCM5310 volume level changes. Zero-crossing detection cannot be used
with continuous zero and dc data.
Default value: 0
70
0
Disable (default)
1
Enable
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Register 91 (5Bh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
91
5Bh
Digital soft mute for ADC34
RSV
FS34
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
AMU4
AMU3
FS34: Sampling Rate Selection for ADC34
This bit sets the ADS34 sampling rate. FS34 must be set to '1' when the sampling rate is greater than 48 kHz.
Default value: 0
0
fS ≤ 48 kHz (default)
1
fS > 48 kHz
AMU4: Digital Mute Control for ADC34, R-Channel
AMU3: Digital Mute Control for ADC34, L-Channel
The PCM5310 can independently mute the DAC digital input data to a zero level when AMU4 and AMU3 = '1'.
These settings take precedence over the attenuation level settings of bits AAT3[7:0] and AAT4[7:0] in registers
92 and 93. The analog outputs may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced
by selecting zero-crossing detection (Register 90, AZ34).
Default value: 0
0
Mute disabled (default)
1
Mute enabled
Registers 92 and 93 (5Ch and 5Dh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
92
5Ch
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC34 L-channel
B7
B6
B5
B4
AAT3[7:0]
B3
93
5Dh
Digital attenuation level setting for ADC34 R-channel
AAT4[7:0]
B2
B1
B0
AAT3[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for ADC34, L-Channel
AAT4[7:0]: Digital Attenuation Setting for ADC34, R-Channel
The digital attenuator of ADC34 can be independently set from 20 dB to –100 dB in 0.5-dB steps. The ADC34
output may have audible zipper noise while changing levels. This noise can be reduced by selecting zero
crossing detection (Register 90, AZ34).
Default value : 1101 0111
Table 36. Digital Attenuation Level Setting for ADC34
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
1111 1111
FF
20 dB
1100 0010
C2
–10.5 dB
1000 0101
85
–41 dB
0100 1000
48
1111 1110
FE
19.5 dB
1100 0001
C1
–11 dB
1000 0100
84
–41.5 dB
0100 0111
47
–71.5 dB
–72 dB
1111 1101
FD
19 dB
1100 0000
C0
–11.5 dB
1000 0011
83
–42 dB
0100 0110
46
–72.5 dB
1111 1100
FC
18.5 dB
1011 1111
BF
–12 dB
1000 0010
82
–42.5 dB
0100 0101
45
–73 dB
1111 1011
FB
18 dB
1011 1110
BE
–12.5 dB
1000 0001
81
–43 dB
0100 0100
44
–73.5 dB
1111 1010
FA
17.5 dB
1011 1101
BD
–13 dB
1000 0000
80
–43.5 dB
0100 0011
43
–74 dB
1111 1001
F9
17 dB
1011 1100
BC
–13.5 dB
0111 1111
7F
–44 dB
0100 0010
42
–74.5 dB
1111 1000
F8
16.5 dB
1011 1011
BB
–14 dB
0111 1110
7E
–44.5 dB
0100 0001
41
–75 dB
1111 0111
F7
16 dB
1011 1010
BA
–14.5 dB
0111 1101
7D
–45 dB
0100 0000
40
–75.5 dB
1111 0110
F6
15.5 dB
1011 1001
B9
–15 dB
0111 1100
7C
–45.5 dB
0011 1111
3F
–76 dB
1111 0101
F5
15 dB
1011 1000
B8
–15.5 dB
0111 1011
7B
–46 dB
0011 1110
3E
–76.5 dB
1111 0100
F4
14.5 dB
1011 0111
B7
–16 dB
0111 1010
7A
–46.5 dB
0011 1101
3D
–77 dB
1111 0011
F3
14 dB
1011 0110
B6
–16.5 dB
0111 1001
79
–47 dB
0011 1100
3C
–77.5 dB
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Table 36. Digital Attenuation Level Setting for ADC34 (continued)
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
DIGITAL ATT
LEVEL
SETTING
AAT1[7:0]
AAT2[7:0]
1111 0010
F2
13.5 dB
1011 0101
B5
–17 dB
0111 1000
78
–47.5 dB
0011 1011
3B
–78 dB
1111 0001
F1
13 dB
1011 0100
B4
–17.5 dB
0111 0111
77
–48 dB
0011 1010
3A
–78.8 dB
1111 0000
F0
12.5 dB
1011 0011
B3
–18 dB
0111 0110
76
–48.5 dB
0011 1001
39
–79 dB
1110 1111
EF
12 dB
1011 0010
B2
–18.5 dB
0111 0101
75
–49 dB
0011 1000
38
–79.5 dB
1110 1110
EE
11.5 dB
1011 0001
B1
–19 dB
0111 0100
74
–49.5 dB
0011 0111
37
–80 dB
1110 1101
ED
11 dB
1011 0000
B0
–19.5 dB
0111 0011
73
–50 dB
0011 0110
36
–80.5 dB
1110 1100
EC
10.5 dB
1010 1111
AF
–20 dB
0111 0010
72
–50.5 dB
0011 0101
35
–81 dB
1110 1011
EB
10 dB
1010 1110
AE
–20.5 dB
0111 0001
71
– 51 dB
0011 0100
34
–81.5 dB
1110 1010
EA
9.5 dB
1010 1101
AD
–21 dB
0111 0000
70
–51.5 dB
0011 0011
33
–82 dB
1110 1001
E9
9 dB
1010 1100
AC
–21.5 dB
0110 1111
6F
–52 dB
0011 0010
32
–82.5 dB
1110 1000
E8
8.5 dB
1010 1011
AB
–22 dB
0110 1110
6E
–52.5 dB
0011 0001
31
–83 dB
1110 0111
E7
8 dB
1010 1010
AA
–22.5 dB
0110 1101
6D
–53 dB
0011 0000
30
–83.5 dB
1110 0110
E6
7.5 dB
1010 1001
A9
–23 dB
0110 1100
6C
–53.5 dB
0010 1111
2F
–84 dB
1110 0101
E5
7 dB
1010 1000
A8
–23.5 dB
0110 1011
6B
–54 dB
0010 1110
2E
–84.5 dB
1110 0100
E4
6.5 dB
1010 0111
A7
–24 dB
0110 1010
6A
–54.5 dB
0010 1101
2D
–85 dB
1110 0011
E3
6 dB
1010 0110
A6
–24.5 dB
0110 1001
69
–55 dB
0010 1100
2C
–85.5 dB
1110 0010
E2
5.5 dB
1010 0101
A5
–25 dB
0110 1000
68
–55.5 dB
0010 1011
2B
–86 dB
1110 0001
E1
5 dB dB
1010 0100
A4
–25.5 dB
0110 0111
67
–56 dB
0010 1010
2A
–86.5 dB
1110 0000
E0
4.5 dB
1010 0011
A3
–26 dB
0110 0110
66
–56.5 dB
0010 1001
29
–87 dB
1101 1111
DF
4 dB
1010 0010
A2
–26.5 dB
0110 0101
65
–57 dB
0010 1000
28
–87.5 dB
1101 1110
DE
3.5 dB
1010 0001
A1
–27 dB
0110 0100
64
–57.5 dB
0010 0111
27
–88 dB
1101 1101
DD
3 dB
1010 0000
A0
–27.5 dB
0110 0011
63
–58 dB
0010 0110
26
–88.5 dB
1101 1100
DC
2.5 dB
1001 1111
9F
–28 dB
0110 0010
62
–58.5 dB
0010 0101
25
–89 dB
1101 1011
DB
2 dB
1001 1110
9E
–28.5 dB
0110 0001
61
–59 dB
0010 0100
24
–89.5 dB
1101 1010
DA
1.5 dB
1001 1101
9D
–29 dB
0110 0000
60
–59.5 dB
0010 0011
23
–90 dB
1101 1001
D9
1 dB
1001 1100
9C
–29.5 dB
0101 1111
5F
–60 dB
0010 0010
22
–90.5 dB
1101 1000
D8
0.5 dB
1001 1011
9B
–30 dB
0101 1110
5E
–60.5 dB
0010 0001
21
–91 dB
1101 0111
D7
0 dB (default)
1001 1010
9A
–30.5 dB
0101 1101
5D
–61 dB
0010 0000
20
–91.5 dB
1101 0110
D6
–0.5 dB
1001 1001
99
–31 dB
0101 1100
5C
–61.5 dB
0001 1111
1F
–92 dB
1101 0101
D5
–1 dB
1001 1000
98
–31.5 dB
0101 1011
5B
–62 dB
0001 1110
1E
–92.5 dB
1101 0100
D4
–1.5 dB
1001 0111
97
–32 dB
0101 1010
5A
–62.5 dB
0001 1101
1D
–93 dB
1101 0011
D3
–2 dB
1001 0110
96
–32.5 dB
0101 1001
59
–63 dB
0001 1100
1C
–93.5 dB
1101 0010
D2
–2.5 dB
1001 0101
95
–33 dB
0101 1000
58
–63.5 dB
0001 1011
1B
–94 dB
1101 0001
D1
–3 dB
1001 0100
94
–33.5 dB
0101 0111
57
–64 dB
0001 1010
1A
–94.5 dB
1101 0000
D0
–3.5 dB
1001 0011
93
–34 dB
0101 0110
56
–64.5 dB
0001 1001
19
–95 dB
1100 1111
CF
–4 dB
1001 0010
92
–34.5 dB
0101 0101
55
–65 dB
0001 1000
18
–95.5 dB
1100 1110
CE
–4.5 dB
1001 0001
91
–35 dB
0101 0100
54
–65.5 dB
0001 0111
17
–96 dB
1100 1101
CD
–5 dB
1001 0000
90
–35.5 dB
0101 0011
53
–66 dB
0001 0110
16
–96.5 dB
1100 1100
CC
–5.5 dB
1000 1111
8F
–36 dB
0101 0010
52
–66.5 dB
0001 0101
15
–97 dB
1100 1011
CB
–6 dB
1000 1110
8E
–36.5 dB
0101 0001
51
–67 dB
0001 0100
14
–97.5 dB
1100 1010
CA
–6.5 dB
1000 1101
8D
–37 dB
0101 0000
50
–67.5 dB
0001 0011
13
–98 dB
1100 1001
C9
–7 dB
1000 1100
8C
–37.5 dB
0100 1111
4F
–68 dB
0001 0010
12
–98.5 dB
1100 1000
C8
–7.5 dB
1000 1011
8B
–38 dB
0100 1110
4E
–68.5 dB
0001 0001
11
–99 dB
1100 0111
C7
–8 dB
1000 1010
8A
–38.5 dB
0100 1101
4D
–69 dB
0001 0000
10
–99.5 dB
1100 0110
C6
–8.5 dB
1000 1001
89
–39 dB
0100 1100
4C
–69.5 dB
0000 1111
0F
–100 dB
1100 0101
C5
–9 dB
1000 1000
88
–39.5 dB
0100 1011
4B
–70 dB
1100 0100
C4
–9.5 dB
1000 0111
87
–40 dB
0100 1010
4A
–70.5 dB
C3
–10 dB
1000 0110
86
–40.5 dB
0100 1001
49
–71 dB
0E
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00
Mute
1100 0011
0000 1110
⋮
0000 0000
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Register 94 (5Eh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
94
5Eh
Master/slave interface format for ADC34
B6
B5
B4
AMS34[3:0]
B3
B2
HF34
RSV
B1
B0
AFM34[1:0]
AMS34[3:0]: Master/Slave Audio Interface Setting for ADC34
These bits set the master or slave mode. ADC34 receives LRCK and BCK from PORT-1, PORT-2, PORT-3,
PORT-4, PORT-5 or PORT-6 in slave mode, and generates LRCK and BCK from SCK in master mode.
Default value: 1000
AMS34[3:0]
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
MASTER/SLAVE AUDIO INTERFACE SETTING FOR
ADC34
AMS34[3:0]
ADC34
0000
Reserved
1000
Slave and system clock fS auto-detect mode (default)
0001
Master and system clock 768 fS
1001
Slave and system clock 768 fS
0010
Master and system clock 512 fS
1010
Slave and system clock 512 fS
0011
Master and system clock 384 fS
1011
Slave and system clock 384 fS
0100
Master and system clock 256 fS
1100
Slave and system clock 256 fS
0101
Reserved
1101
Reserved
0110
Reserved
1110
Reserved
0111
Reserved
1111
Reserved
HF34: High-Pass Filter Disable for ADC34
This bit disables the digital high-pass filter of ADC34.
Default value: 0
0
(0.019 fS/1000) Hz (default)
1
Off
AFM34[1:0]: Audio Interface Format for ADC34
These bits select the ADC34 audio data format as I2S, right-justified, or left-justified.
Default value: 00
00
16 to 24 bits, I2S (default)
01
16 to 24 bits, left-justified
10
24 bits, right-justified
11
16 bits, right-justified
Register 95 (5Fh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
95
5Fh
Power up/down for ADC34
PA34
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
RSV
PA34: Power Up/Down Control for ADC34
This bit controls the power up/down for ADC34, including the decimation filter.
Default value: 1
0
Power up
1
Power down (default)
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Register 101 (65h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
101
65h
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
LBS2[3:0]
B1
B0
LBS1[3:0]
LBS2[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of PORT-2 (MUX_P2BL)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK of PORT-2. Any combination of LRCK1/BCK1 to LRCK6/BCK6
and LRCK/BCK of ADCs/DACs in master mode can be connected to PORT-2. Figure 47 shows a detailed
diagram of PORT-2.
Default value: 0001
0000
Output LRCK1 and BCK1
0001
Input LRCK2 and BCK2 (default)
0010
Output LRCK3 and BCK3
0011
Output LRCK4 and BCK4
0100
Output LRCK5 and BCK5
0101
Output LRCK6 and BCK6
0110
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
PORT-2
MUX-P2BL
LRCK/BCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
LRCK2
BCK2
LRCK1
BCK1
LRCK3
BCK3
LRCK4
BCK4
LRCK5
BCK5
LRCK6
BCK6
Register 101
LBS2[3:0]
LRCK, BCK from ADC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from ADC34 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC34 at Master
SCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
MUX-P2SC
SCK2
SCK1
SCK3
SCK4
SCK5
SCK6
Register 103
SCS2[2:0]
DATA to MUXDACxx
DATA1
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA from ADC12
DATA from ADC34
DATA from GPIO1
DATA from GPIO2
MUX-P2DT
DATA2
Register 102
DTS2[3:0]
Figure 47. Detailed Diagram of PORT-2
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LBS1[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of PORT-1 (MUX_P2BL)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK of PORT-1. Any combination of LRCK1/BCK1 to LRCK6/BCK6
and LRCK/BCK of ADCs/DACs in master mode can be connected to PORT-1. Figure 48 shows a detailed
diagram of PORT-1.
Default value: 0000
0000
Input LRCK1 and BCK1 (default)
0001
Output LRCK2 and BCK2
0010
Output LRCK3 and BCK3
0011
Output LRCK4 and BCK4
0100
Output LRCK5 and BCK5
0101
Output LRCK6 and BCK6
0110
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
PORT-1
MUX-P1BL
LRCK/BCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
LRCK1
BCK1
LRCK2
BCK2
LRCK3
BCK3
LRCK4
BCK4
LRCK5
BCK5
LRCK6
BCK6
LRCK, BCK from ADC12 at Master
Register 101
LRCK, BCK from ADC34 at Master
LBS1[3:0]
LRCK, BCK from DAC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC34 at Master
SCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
SCK1
MUX-P1SC
SCK2
SCK3
SCK4
SCK5
SCK6
Register 103
SCS1[2:0]
DATA to MUXDACxx
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA from ADC12
DATA from ADC34
DAT A from GPIO1
MUX-P1DT
DATA1
Register 102
DTS1[3:0]
DAT A from GPIO2
Figure 48. Detailed Diagram of PORT-1
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Register 102 (66h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
102
66h
DATA selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
B6
B5
DTS2[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
DTS1[3:0]
DTS2[3:0]: DATA Selection of PORT-2 (MUX_P2DT)
These bits are used for routing DATA of PORT-2. Any combination of DATA1 to DATA6 and DATA of ADCs in
master mode can be connected to PORT-2. Refer to Figure 47 for more details.
Default value: 0001
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Input DATA2 (default)
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
Others
Reserved
DTS1[3:0]: DATA Selection of PORT-1 (MUX_P1DT)
These bits are used for routing DATA of PORT-1. Any combination of DATA1 to DATA6 and DATA of ADCs in
master mode can be connected to PORT-1. Refer to Figure 48 for more details.
Default value: 0000
0000
Input DATA1 (default)
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
Others
76
Reserved
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Register 103 (67h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
103
67h
SCK selection of PORT-1 and PORT-2
RSV
B6
B5
SCS2[3:0]
B4
B3
RSV
B2
B1
B0
SCS1[3:0]
SCS2[3:0]: SCK Selection of PORT-2 (MUX_P2SC)
These bits are used for routing SCK of PORT-2. Any combination of SCK1 to SCK6 and SCK can be connected
to PORT-2. Refer to Figure 47 for more details.
Default value: 001
000
Output SCK1
001
Input SCK2 (default)
010
Output SCK3
011
Output SCK4
100
Output SCK5
101
Output SCK6
Others
Reserved
SCS1[3:0]: SCK Selection of PORT-1 (MUX_P1SC)
These bits are used for routing SCK of PORT-2. Any combination of SCK1 to SCK6 and SCK can be connected
to PORT-1. Refer to Figure 48 for more details.
Default value: 000
000
Input SCK1 (default)
001
Output SCK2
010
Output SCK3
011
Output SCK4
100
Output SCK5
101
Output SCK6
Others
Reserved
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Register 104 (68h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
104
68h
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
B6
B5
B4
B3
LBS4[3:0]
B2
B1
B0
LBS3[3:0]
LBS4[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of PORT-4 (MUX_P4BL)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK of PORT-4. Any combination of LRCK1/BCK1 to LRCK6/BCK6
and LRCK/BCK of ADCs/DACs in master mode can be connected to PORT-4. Figure 49 shows a detailed
diagram of PORT-4.
Default value: 0011
0000
Output LRCK1 and BCK1
0001
Output LRCK2 and BCK2
0010
Output LRCK3 and BCK3
0011
Input LRCK4 and BCK4 (default)
0100
Output LRCK5 and BCK5
0101
Output LRCK6 and BCK6
0110
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
PORT-4
MUX-P4BL
LRCK/BCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
LRCK4
BCK4
LRCK1
BCK1
LRCK2
BCK2
LRCK3
BCK3
LRCK5
BCK5
LRCK6
BCK6
Register 104
LBS4[3:0]
LRCK, BCK from ADC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from ADC34 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC34 at Master
SCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
MUX-P4SC
SCK4
SCK1
SCK2
SCK3
SCK5
SCK6
Register 106
SCS1[2:0]
DATA to MUXDACxx
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA5
DATA6
DATA from ADC12
DATA from ADC34
DATA from GPIO1
DATA from GPIO2
MUX-P4DT
DATA4
Register 105
DTS4[3:0]
Figure 49. Detailed Diagram of PORT-4
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LBS3[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of PORT-3 (MUX_P3BL)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK of PORT-3. Any combination of LRCK1/BCK1 to LRCK6/BCK6
and LRCK/BCK of ADCs/DACs in master mode can be connected to PORT-3. Figure 50 shows a detailed
diagram of PORT-3.
Default value: 0010
0000
Output LRCK1 and BCK1
0001
Output LRCK2 and BCK2
0010
Input LRCK3 and BCK3 (default)
0011
Output LRCK4 and BCK4
0100
Output LRCK5 and BCK5
0101
Output LRCK6 and BCK6
0110
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
PORT-3
MUX-P4BL
LRCK/BCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
LRCK3
BCK3
LRCK1
BCK1
LRCK2
BCK2
LRCK4
BCK4
LRCK5
BCK5
LRCK6
BCK6
Register 104
LBS3[3:0]
LRCK, BCK from ADC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from ADC34 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC34 at Master
SCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
MUX-P3SC
SCK3
SCK1
SCK2
SCK4
SCK5
SCK6
Register 106
SCS3[2:0]
DATA to MUXDACxx
DATA1
DATA2
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA from ADC12
DATA from ADC34
DATA from GPIO1
DATA from GPIO2
MUX-P3DT
DATA3
Register 105
DTS3[3:0]
Figure 50. Detailed Diagram of PORT-3
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Register 105 (69h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
105
69h
DATA selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
B6
B5
DTS4[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
DTS3[3:0]
DTS4[3:0]: DATA Selection of PORT-4 (MUX_P4DT)
These bits are used for routing DATA of PORT-4. Any combination of DATA1 to DATA6 and DATA of ADCs in
master mode can be connected to PORT-4. Refer to Figure 49 for more details.
Default value: 0011
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Input DATA4 (default)
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
Others
Reserved
DTS3[3:0]: DATA Selection of PORT-3 (MUX_P3DT)
These bits are used for routing DATA of PORT-3. Any combination of DATA1 to DATA6 and DATA of ADCs in
master mode can be connected to PORT-3. Refer to Figure 50 for more details.
Default value: 0010
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Input DATA3 (default)
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
Others
80
Reserved
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Register 106 (6Ah)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
106
6Ah
SCK selection of PORT-3 and PORT-4
RSV
B6
B5
SCS4[3:0]
B4
B3
RSV
B2
B1
B0
SCS3[3:0]
SCS4[3:0]: SCK Selection of PORT-4 (MUX_P4SC)
These bits are used for routing SCK of PORT-4. Any combination of SCK1 to SCK6 and SCK can be connected
to PORT-4. Refer to Figure 49 for more details.
Default value: 011
000
Output SCK1
001
Output SCK2
010
Output SCK3
011
Input SCK4 (default)
100
Output SCK5
101
Output SCK6
Others
Reserved
SCS3[3:0]: SCK Selection of PORT-3 (MUX_P3SC)
These bits are used for routing SCK of PORT-3. Any combination of SCK1 to SCK6 and SCK can be connected
to PORT-3. Refer to Figure 50 for more details.
Default value: 010
000
Output SCK1
001
Output SCK2
010
Input SCK3 (default)
011
Output SCK4
100
Output SCK5
101
Output SCK6
Others
Reserved
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Register 107 (6Bh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
107
6Bh
LRCK/BCK selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
B6
B5
B4
B3
LBS6[3:0]
B2
B1
B0
LBS5[3:0]
LBS6[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of PORT-6 (MUX_P6BL)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK of PORT-6. Any combination of LRCK1/BCK1 to LRCK6/BCK6
and LRCK/BCK of ADCs/DACs in master mode can be connected to PORT-6. Figure 51 shows a detailed
diagram of PORT-6.
Default value: 0101
0000
Output LRCK1 and BCK1
0001
Output LRCK2 and BCK2
0010
Output LRCK3 and BCK3
0011
Output LRCK4 and BCK4
0100
Output LRCK5 and BCK5
0101
Input LRCK6 and BCK6 (default)
0110
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
PORT-6
MUX-P6BL
LRCK/BCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
LRCK6
BCK6
LRCK1
BCK1
LRCK2
BCK2
LRCK3
BCK3
LRCK4
BCK4
LRCK5
BCK5
Register 107
LBS6[3:0]
LRCK, BCK from ADC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from ADC34 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC34 at Master
SCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
MUX-P6SC
SCK6
SCK1
SCK2
SCK3
SCK4
SCK5
Register 109
SCS6[2:0]
DATA to MUXDACxx
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA from ADC12
DATA from ADC34
DATA from GPIO1
DATA from GPIO2
MUX-P6DT
DATA6
Register 108
DTS6[3:0]
Figure 51. Detailed Diagram of PORT-6
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LBS5[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of PORT-5 (MUX_P5BL)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK of PORT-5. Any combination of LRCK1/BCK1 to LRCK6/BCK6
and LRCK/BCK of ADCs/DACs in master mode can be connected to PORT-5. Figure 52 shows a detailed
diagram of PORT-5.
Default value: 0100
0000
Output LRCK1 and BCK1
0001
Output LRCK2 and BCK2
0010
Output LRCK3 and BCK3
0011
Output LRCK4 and BCK4
0100
Input LRCK5 and BCK5 (default)
0101
Output LRCK6 and BCK6
0110
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Output LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Output LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
PORT-5
MUX-P5BL
LRCK/BCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
LRCK5
BCK5
LRCK1
BCK1
LRCK2
BCK2
LRCK3
BCK3
LRCK4
BCK4
LRCK6
BCK6
Register 107
LBS5[3:0]
LRCK, BCK from ADC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from ADC34 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC12 at Master
LRCK, BCK from DAC34 at Master
SCK to MUX_ADCxx and MUXDACxx
MUX-P5SC
SCK5
SCK1
SCK2
SCK3
SCK4
SCK6
Register 109
SCS5[2:0]
DATA to MUXDACxx
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA6
DATA from ADC12
DATA from ADC34
DATA from GPIO1
DATA from GPIO2
MUX-P5DT
DATA5
Register 108
DTS5[3:0]
Figure 52. Detailed Diagram of PORT-5
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Register 108 (6Ch)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
108
6Ch
DATA selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
B6
B5
DTS6[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
DTS5[3:0]
DTS6[3:0]: DATA Selection of PORT-6 (MUX_P6DT)
These bits are used for routing DATA of PORT-6. Any combination of DATA1 to DATA6 and DATA of ADCs in
master mode can be connected to PORT-6. Refer to Figure 51 for more details.
Default value: 0101
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Input DATA6 (default)
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
Others
Reserved
DTS5[3:0]: DATA Selection of PORT-5 (MUX_P5DT)
These bits are used for routing DATA of PORT-5. Any combination of DATA1 to DATA6 and DATA of ADCs in
master mode can be connected to PORT-5. Refer to Figure 52 for more details.
Default value: 0100
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Input DATA5 (default)
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
Others
84
Reserved
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Register 109 (6Dh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
109
6Dh
SCK selection of PORT-5 and PORT-6
RSV
B6
B5
SCS6[3:0]
B4
B3
RSV
B2
B1
B0
SCS5[3:0]
SCS6[3:0]: SCK Selection of PORT-6 (MUX_P6SC)
These bits are used for routing SCK of PORT-6. Any combination of SCK1 to SCK6 and SCK can be connected
to PORT-6. Refer to Figure 51 for more details.
Default value: 101
000
Output SCK1
001
Output SCK2
010
Output SCK3
011
Output SCK4
100
Output SCK5
101
Input SCK6 (default)
Others
Reserved
SCS5[3:0]: SCK Selection of PORT-5 (MUX_P5SC)
These bits are used for routing SCK of PORT-5. Any combination of SCK1 to SCK6 and SCK can be connected
to PORT-5. Refer to Figure 52 for more details.
Default value: 100
000
Output SCK1
001
Output SCK2
010
Output SCK3
011
Output SCK4
100
Input SCK5 (default)
101
Output SCK6
Others
Reserved
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Register 110 (6Eh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
110
6Eh
LRCK/BCK selection of DAC12 and DAC34
B6
B5
D34LB[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
D12LB[3:0]
D34LB[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of DAC34 (MUX_DA34)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK from each audio interface port to DAC34, or routing LRCK and
BCK from DACs/ADCs to each audio interface port in master mode. Refer to Figure 33 for more details.
Default value: 0100
0000
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-1
0001
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-2
0010
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-3
0011
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-4
0100
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-5 (default)
0101
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-6
0110
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
D12LB[3:0] LRCK/BCK Selection of DAC12 (MUX_DA12)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK from each audio interface port to DAC12, or routing LRCK and
BCK from DACs/ADCs to each audio interface port in master mode. Refer to Figure 33 for more details.
Default value: 0011
0000
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-1
0001
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-2
0010
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-3
0011
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-4 (default)
0100
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-5
0101
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-6
0110
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
86
Reserved
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Register 111 (6Fh)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
111
6Fh
DATA selection of DAC12 and DAC34
B6
B5
D34DT[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
D12DT[3:0]
D34DT[3:0] DATA Selection of DAC34 (MUX_DA34)
These bits are used for routing DATA from each audio interface port to DAC34, or routing DATA from ADCs to
each audio interface port in master mode. Refer to Figure 33 for more details.
Default value: 0100
0000
Select DATA from PORT-1
0001
Select DATA from PORT-2
0010
Select DATA from PORT-3
0011
Select DATA from PORT-4
0100
Select DATA from PORT-5 (default)
0101
Select DATA from PORT-6
0110
Select DATA from GPIO1
0111
Select DATA from GPIO2
1000
Select DATA from ADC12
1001
Select DATA from ADC34
Others
Reserved
D12DT[3:0] DATA Selection of DAC12 (MUX_DA12)
These bits are used for routing DATA from each audio interface port to DAC12, or routing DATA from ADCs to
each audio interface port in master mode. Refer to Figure 33 for more details.
Default value: 0011
0000
Select DATA from PORT-1
0001
Select DATA from PORT-2
0010
Select DATA from PORT-3
0011
Select DATA from PORT-4 (default)
0100
Select DATA from PORT-5
0101
Select DATA from PORT-6
0110
Select DATA from GPIO1
0111
Select DATA from GPIO2
1000
Select DATA from ADC12
1001
Select DATA from ADC34
Others
Reserved
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Register 112 (70h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
112
70h
SCK selection of DAC12 and DAC34
RSV
B6
B5
D34SC[3:0]
B4
B3
RSV
B2
B1
B0
D12SC[3:0]
D34SC[2:0] SCK Selection of DAC34 (MUX_DA34)
These bits are used for routing SCK from each audio interface port to DAC34. Refer to Figure 33 for more
details.
Default value: 100
000
Select SCK from PORT-1
001
Select SCK from PORT-2
010
Select SCK from PORT-3
011
Select SCK from PORT-4
100
Select SCK from PORT-5 (default)
101
Select SCK from PORT-6
Others
Reserved
D12SC[2:0] SCK Selection of DAC12 (MUX_DA12)
These bits are used for routing SCK from each audio interface port to DAC12. Refer to Figure 33 for more
details.
Default value: 011
000
Select SCK from PORT-1
001
Select SCK from PORT-2
010
Select SCK from PORT-3
011
Select SCK from PORT-4 (default)
100
Select SCK from PORT-5
101
Select SCK from PORT-6
Others
88
Reserved
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Register 116 (74h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
116
74h
LRCK/BCK selection of ADC12 and ADC34
B6
B5
A34LB[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
A12LB[3:0]
A34LB[3:0]: LRCK/BCK Selection of ADC34 (MUX_AD34)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK from each audio interface port to ADC34, or routing LRCK and
BCK from DACs/ADCs to each audio interface port in master mode. Refer to Figure 33 for more details.
Default value: 0001
0000
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-1
0001
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-2 (default)
0010
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-3
0011
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-4
0100
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-5
0101
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-6
0110
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
A12LB[3:0] LRCK/BCK Selection of ADC12 (MUX_AD12)
These bits are used for routing LRCK and BCK from each audio interface port to ADC12, or routing LRCK and
BCK from DACs/ADCs to each audio interface port in master mode. Refer to Figure 33 for more details.
Default value: 0000
0000
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-1 (default)
0001
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-2
0010
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-3
0011
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-4
0100
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-5
0101
Select LRCK and BCK from PORT-6
0110
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC12 in master mode
0111
Select LRCK and BCK from DAC34 in master mode
1000
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC12 in master mode
1001
Select LRCK and BCK from ADC34 in master mode
Others
Reserved
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Register 117 (75h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
117
75h
SCK selection of ADC12 and ADC34
RSV
B6
B5
A34SC[3:0]
B4
B3
RSV
B2
B1
B0
A12SC[3:0]
A34SC[2:0] SCK Selection of ADC34 (MUX_AD34)
These bits are used for routing SCK from each audio interface port to ADC34. Refer to Figure 33 for more
details.
Default value: 001
000
Select SCK from PORT-1
001
Select SCK from PORT-2 (default)
010
Select SCK from PORT-3
011
Select SCK from PORT-4
100
Select SCK from PORT-5
101
Select SCK from PORT-6
Others
Reserved
A12SC[2:0] SCK Selection of ADC12 (MUX_AD12)
These bits are used for routing SCK from each audio interface port to ADC12. Refer to Figure 33 for more
details.
Default value: 000
000
Select SCK from PORT-1 (default)
001
Select SCK from PORT-2
010
Select SCK from PORT-3
011
Select SCK from PORT-4
100
Select SCK from PORT-5
101
Select SCK from PORT-6
Others
90
Reserved
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Register 118 (76h)
REG
HEX
DESCRIPTION
B7
118
76h
GPIO1 and GPIO2 audio data selection
B6
B5
GP2S[3:0]
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
GP1S[3:0]
GP2S[3:0] GPIO2 Audio Data Selection
Default value: 1010
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Output GPIO1
0111
Input GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
1010
Use GPIO function (default)
Others
Reserved
GP1S[3:0] GPIO1 Audio Data Selection
Default value: 1010
0000
Output DATA1
0001
Output DATA2
0010
Output DATA3
0011
Output DATA4
0100
Output DATA5
0101
Output DATA6
0110
Input GPIO1
0111
Output GPIO2
1000
Output DATA from ADC12
1001
Output DATA from ADC34
1010
Use GPIO function (default)
Others
Reserved
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BASIC CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
(1)
(2)
Line
Input
Line
Output
(19) HPOL
External Circuit
External Circuit
Headphone
Output
(22) HPOR
(3)
(25) VCOMDA
(64) VCOMAD
(62) VREFAD1
1.0 mF
1.0 mF
1.0 mF
Reference
Voltage
(63) VREFAD2
22W to 100W
Audio Interface
and Clocks
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
+
AIN6R (12)
External Circuit
+
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
(13) LO1L
(14) LO1R
(15) LO2L
(16) LO2R
+
External Circuit
External Circuit
AIN1L (1)
AIN1R (2)
AIN2L (3)
AIN2R (4)
AIN3L (5)
AIN3R (6)
AIN4L (7)
AIN4R (8)
AIN5L (9)
AIN5R (10)
AIN6L (11)
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
External Circuit
SCK1 (29)
BCK1 (30)
LRCK1 (31)
DATA1 (32)
SCK2 (33)
BCK2 (34)
LRCK2 (35)
DATA2 (36)
SCK3 (37)
BCK3 (38)
LRCK3 (39)
DATA3 (40)
SCK4 (43)
BCK4 (44)
LRCK4 (45)
DATA4 (46)
SCK5 (47)
BCK5 (48)
LRCK5 (49)
DATA5 (50)
SCK6 (51)
BCK6 (52)
LRCK6 (53)
DATA6 (54)
(1)
See Figure 54 for the line input.
(2)
See Figure 55 for the line output.
(3)
See Figure 56 for the headphone output.
(41) VDD
(23) VCCDA
> 4.7 mF
+
> 4.7 mF
(24) AGNDDA
(60) VCCAD
+
> 4.7 mF
(61) AGNDAD
(20) VCCP
(17) HGND
Power
Supply
+
> 4.7 mF
(21) PGND
(18) VCCH
3.3 V
+
(42) DGND
9.0 V
+
> 4.7 mF
(26) AGNDS
(58) RSTB
(59) AMUTE
(27) SDA
(28) SCL
(55) GPIO1
(26) GPIO2
Control
Interface
(27) GPIO3
Figure 53. Basic Connections
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47 kW (typ)
C1
R1
C5
AINL (1)
AINL (1)
+
+
R3
47 kW (typ)
C3
47 kW (typ)
47 kW (typ)
To ADC
47 kW (typ)
C2
47 kW (typ)
C6
AINR (2)
AINR (2)
+
+
R2
R4
To ADC
C4
47 kW (typ)
47 kW (typ)
To ADC
(a) External Circuit for Line Input with Low-Pass Filter
To ADC
(b) External Circuit for Line Input without Low-Pass Filter
47 kW (typ)
C7
AINL (1)
47 kW (typ)
To ADC
47 kW (typ)
AINR (2)
47 kW (typ)
To ADC
(c) External Circuit for not using Analog Input
R1, R2: Greater than 100 kΩ
R3, R4: 100 Ω to 1 kΩ
C1, C2, C5, C6: 1 μF to 47 μF
C3, C4: 0.01 μF to 0.001 μF
C7: Less than 0.1 μF
Figure 54. External Circuit for the Line Input
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fC = 85 kHz
From DAC
From DAC
C1
LO1L (13)
R3
C5
+
R1
+
LO1L (13)
fC = 85 kHz
R5
R7
C3
C7
Mute
Circuit
Mute
Circuit
From DAC
From DAC
C2
LO1R (14)
R4
C6
+
R2
+
LO1R (14)
R6
R8
C4
C8
Mute
Circuit
Mute
Circuit
(a) External Circuit for Line Output with Low-Pass Filter
(b) External Circuit for Line Output with Low-Pass Filter
R1, R2, R5, R6: 270 Ω
R3, R4, R7: > 100 kΩ
C1, C2, C5, C6: 1 μF to 47 μF
C3, C4, C7, C8: 6800 pF
Figure 55. External Circuit for the Line Output
From DAC
C1
From DAC
R1
HPOL (19)
R3
R5
Mute
Circuit
C3
From DAC
C2
C7
From DAC
R2
HPOR (20)
R4
Mute
Circuit
C6
+
+
HPOR (20)
C5
+
+
HPOL (19)
R6
Mute
Circuit
C4
(a) External Circuit with Short-Circuit protection Resistor
C8
Mute
Circuit
(b) External Circuit without Short-Circuit Protection Resistor
R1, R2 : 4 Ω to 16 Ω
R3, R4, R5, R6 : 22 Ω
C1, C2, C5, C6: 47 μF to 220 μF
C3, C4, C7, C8 : 0.022 μF
Figure 56. External Circuit for the Headphone Output
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BOARD DESIGN AND LAYOUT CONSIDERATIONS
POWER-SUPPLY PINS
The digital and analog power supplies (VCC, VCCDA, VCCAD, VCCP, and VCCH) to the PCM5310 should be
bypassed to the corresponding ground pins with a 1-μF to 4.7-μF electrolytic or ceramic capacitor, placed as
close to the pins as possible to maximize the dynamic performance of ADC, DAC, and other analog circuits. If
the power supply includes high-frequency noise, it is recommended to add a 0.1 μF ceramic capacitor as close
as possible to the power-supply lines to improve the dynamic performance.
To maximize the dynamic performance of the ADC, DAC, and other analog circuits, the analog and ground pins
(DGND, AGNDDA, AGNDAD, PGND, HGND and AGNDS) are not connected internally. These grounds should
have a low impedance to avoid digital noise feeding to the analog ground. Therefore, they should be connected
directly to each other under the device to reduce the potential of a noise problem.
ANALOG INPUT PINS
All analog input pins (AIN1L/AIN1R to AIN6L/AIN6R) are single-ended inputs with an analog multiplexer.
Antialiasing low-pass filters are included on the these inputs to remove the out-of-band nose from the audio. If
the performance of these filters is not sufficient for a given application, appropriate external antialiasing filters are
required. The passive RC filter (see Figure 54) is used in general. Any pins that are not used in a given
application should be left open or connected to ground with a small, 0.1-μF ceramic capacitor.
LINE OUTPUT PINS
All line output pins (LO1L, LO1R, LO2L and LO2R) are single-ended outputs with a 2-VRMS driver. An amplifier
with a low-pass filter is not required as in a conventional DAC; however, the delta-sigma modulator generates
out-of-band noise. The passive RC filter (see Figure 55) is used to remove this noise in general. If any line output
pins are not used within a given application, they should be left open.
HEADPHONE OUTPUT PINS
The headphone output pins (HPOL and HPOR) are single-ended outputs with more than 30-mW output power
into either a 16-Ω or 32-Ω load. If the headphone output pins are not used within a given application, they should
be left open. Adding a small resistor to these outputs is recommended (see Figure 56). in order to protect the
application and device from short-circuiting.
COMMON VOLTAGE PINS
A 1μF ceramic capacitor should be connected between the common voltage pins (VCOMAD and VCOMDA) for
the analog circuit and ground to ensure low source impedance of the ADC and DAC common voltages. This
capacitor should be located as close as possible to these pins.
REFERENCE VOLTAGE PINS
A 1-μF ceramic capacitor should be connected between the VREFAD1 pin and ground to ensure low source
impedance of ADC reference voltage. This capacitor should be located as close as possible to these pins.
VREFAD2 pin should be connected to directly ground.
DIGITAL OUTPUT PINS
The audio interface pins (LRCKx, BCKx, SCKx), clock pins (SCKx) and general-purpose input/output (GPIOx)
pins change from input mode to output mode through register settings. In output mode, these pins have
adequate load drive capability (see the Electrical Characteristics); however, if the signal lines are long, placing a
buffer near the PCM5310 and minimizing the load capacitor is recommended in order to optimize crosstalk
between the digital and analog circuits, maximize the dynamic performance of the ADC and DAC, and reduce
overall power consumption. The digital output pins should be open if they are not used in a given application.
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DIGITAL INPUT PINS
Series resistors (ranging from 22 Ω to 100 Ω) are recommended for the SCKx, LRCKx, BCKx, and DATAx pins.
These series resistors combine with the stray printed circuit board (PCB) and device input capacitance to form a
low-pass filter that removes high-frequency noise from the digital signal, thus reducing high-frequency emissions.
All digital input pins should be connected to ground if they are not used in a given application.
PowerPAD (THERMAL PAD)
The PCM5310 is available in an HTQFP-64 PowerPAD package. The PowerPAD is a heatsink, which is exposed
metal at the bottom of the package. The PowerPAD works to conduct heat away from the silicon through thermal
vias located at the bottom of the PowerPAD.
The PowerPAD does not need to be soldered onto an exposed metal area of the PCB because the device works
within the absolute maximum rating (junction temperature = +150°C) without soldering the PowerPAD.
Refer to application note SLMA002, PowerPAD Thermally Enhanced Package, when considering whether to
solder the PowerPAD in order to reduce more heat from the device.
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REVISION HISTORY
NOTE: Page numbers for previous revisions may differ from page numbers in the current version.
Changes from Revision A (January 2010) to Revision B
Page
•
Changed HUPE and HZRS default values in Register 30 .................................................................................................. 52
•
Changed DZ12 default value in Registers 40 and 41 ......................................................................................................... 57
•
Changed DZ34 default value in Registers 50 and 51 ......................................................................................................... 61
•
Changed AZ12 default value in Registers 80 and 81 ......................................................................................................... 66
•
Changed AZ43 default value in Register 90 ....................................................................................................................... 70
•
Changed GP2S[3:0] and GP1S[3:0] default values in Register 118 .................................................................................. 91
Changes from Original (February, 2009) to Revision A
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•
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•
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PACKAGING INFORMATION
Orderable Device
Status
(1)
Package Type Package Pins Package
Drawing
Qty
Eco Plan
Lead/Ball Finish
(2)
MSL Peak Temp
Op Temp (°C)
Top-Side Markings
(3)
(4)
PCM5310PAP
ACTIVE
HTQFP
PAP
64
160
Green (RoHS
& no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
Level-3-260C-168 HR
-25 to 85
PCM5310
PCM5310PAPR
ACTIVE
HTQFP
PAP
64
1000
Green (RoHS
& no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
Level-3-260C-168 HR
-25 to 85
PCM5310
(1)
The marketing status values are defined as follows:
ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs.
LIFEBUY: TI has announced that the device will be discontinued, and a lifetime-buy period is in effect.
NRND: Not recommended for new designs. Device is in production to support existing customers, but TI does not recommend using this part in a new design.
PREVIEW: Device has been announced but is not in production. Samples may or may not be available.
OBSOLETE: TI has discontinued the production of the device.
(2)
Eco Plan - The planned eco-friendly classification: Pb-Free (RoHS), Pb-Free (RoHS Exempt), or Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) - please check http://www.ti.com/productcontent for the latest availability
information and additional product content details.
TBD: The Pb-Free/Green conversion plan has not been defined.
Pb-Free (RoHS): TI's terms "Lead-Free" or "Pb-Free" mean semiconductor products that are compatible with the current RoHS requirements for all 6 substances, including the requirement that
lead not exceed 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials. Where designed to be soldered at high temperatures, TI Pb-Free products are suitable for use in specified lead-free processes.
Pb-Free (RoHS Exempt): This component has a RoHS exemption for either 1) lead-based flip-chip solder bumps used between the die and package, or 2) lead-based die adhesive used between
the die and leadframe. The component is otherwise considered Pb-Free (RoHS compatible) as defined above.
Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br): TI defines "Green" to mean Pb-Free (RoHS compatible), and free of Bromine (Br) and Antimony (Sb) based flame retardants (Br or Sb do not exceed 0.1% by weight
in homogeneous material)
(3)
MSL, Peak Temp. -- The Moisture Sensitivity Level rating according to the JEDEC industry standard classifications, and peak solder temperature.
(4)
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TAPE AND REEL INFORMATION
*All dimensions are nominal
Device
PCM5310PAPR
Package Package Pins
Type Drawing
HTQFP
PAP
64
SPQ
Reel
Reel
A0
Diameter Width (mm)
(mm) W1 (mm)
1000
330.0
24.4
Pack Materials-Page 1
13.0
B0
(mm)
K0
(mm)
P1
(mm)
W
Pin1
(mm) Quadrant
13.0
1.5
16.0
24.0
Q2
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Device
Package Type
Package Drawing
Pins
SPQ
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
PCM5310PAPR
HTQFP
PAP
64
1000
350.0
350.0
43.0
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