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Looking for Freescale Symphony Soundbite

Started by cine...@passport.ca October 11, 2010
Hello,
Trying to buy a Symphony Soundbite audio development board but can't find a distributor with one in stock. Would anyone know where I might find one beyond the obvious distributors?
If anyone knows any similar DSP development boards targeted to audio applications I would be interested in knowing about them. I'm preferably looking for something with audio in and at least 8 audio outputs.
Thanks,
Jim
Hello,

We at SanJaaC are getting ready an audio development system consisting of:

- DSP Module: ADSP-21371 32 bit, floating/fixed point DSP up to 266 MHz, 64
Mbyte (32 x 2M) SDRAM memory, 16 Mbit serial Flash memory.
- 8In-Out Audio board: 8x differential inputs, 8x differential outputs ADC + DAC
board.
- Carrier board: ARM Cortex-M3 controller, Xilinx CPLD, USB device, 2x UART, 4x
Push buttons, Rotary encoder + Switch, 2x16 character LCD, 2x Potentiometers,
16x LEDs, MCU expansion, Analog and digital sections' power supplies.

The carrier board hosts the DSP module and up to 2x 8In-Out Audio boards,
allowing to build a system up to 16 In - 16 Out. The flexibility of the system
allows the usage of audio and / or DSP modules in custom application, right off
the shelf.

Please let us knwo about your interest about the system, and we will provide
commercial and technical information as required.
 
Jaime Andrés Aranguren Cardona
j...@ieee.org
j...@computer.org

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Hello,
Trying to buy a Symphony Soundbite audio development board but can't find a
distributor with one in stock. Would anyone know where I might find one beyond
the obvious distributors?
If anyone knows any similar DSP development boards targeted to audio
applications I would be interested in knowing about them. I'm preferably looking
for something with audio in and at least 8 audio outputs.
Thanks,
Jim