[alsa-devel] ASoC: at91sam9260-PCM1808/TAS5709-based board driver
Pedro I. Sanchez
psanchez at fosstel.com
Tue Aug 25 19:31:57 CEST 2009
I've been working on my driver, this time concentrating on the TAS5760.
I decided to use the WM8731 codec and the sam9g20_wm8731 machine drivers
Things are mostly OK now, my kernel modules install, and the driver can
read/write the chip registers properly. User space applications can see
my custom board as a sound card. Tha's progress!
The TAS5709 is a playback-slave-only device The SSC is therefore put in
master mode and I can see the SSC clock signals (SCLK and LRCLK) on the
scope when playing a sound file. I can also see the activity on the data
line. But unfortunately, there is no sound, just a speaker Hisss when I
play a file. I doubled checked all the volume levels to ensure they are
However, I noticed that the duty cycle of the SSC clocks is not 50% as I
would expect it to be. There seem to be much more bits on one channel
than in the other (my sample file is stereo, 16 bits, 44.1 MHz). The
sample clock illustrations in the TAS5709 all have the same number of
bits per channel, but it doesn't say explicitly that this is mandatory.
From my understanding of the I2S spec, this is not.
The TAS5709 is supposed to detect the clock and data rates
automatically. Do you know if this non-50% duty cycle could be the
reason for the lack of sound? Is there a way to force it to be 50%?
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