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The '''Yamaha YM3014B''' is a floating D/A converter with serial input for single channel operation. It can generate analog output (dynamic range 16 bits) having 10-bit mantissa section and 3-bit exponent section on the basis of input digital signal<ref>[http://www.datasheetarchive.com/pdf/3992628.pdf YM3014B] - Datasheet
The '''Yamaha YM3014B''' is a floating D/A converter with serial input for single channel operation. It can generate analog output (dynamic range 16 bits) having 10-bit mantissa section and 3-bit exponent section on the basis of input digital signal<ref>[http://www.datasheetarchive.com/pdf/3992628.pdf YM3014B] - Datasheet
</ref>. This is the D/A converter that goes along with the [[YM3812]] in the early Adlib and Soundblaster sound cards.
</ref>. This is the D/A converter that goes along with the [[YM3812]] in the early Adlib and Soundblaster sound cards.

Latest revision as of 03:47, 1 February 2011

The Yamaha YM3014B is a floating D/A converter with serial input for single channel operation. It can generate analog output (dynamic range 16 bits) having 10-bit mantissa section and 3-bit exponent section on the basis of input digital signal[1]. This is the D/A converter that goes along with the YM3812 in the early Adlib and Soundblaster sound cards.

References

  1. YM3014B - Datasheet