[sdiy] move over you 32 bit DACs ...

Martin Klang mars at pingdynasty.com
Thu Feb 3 00:31:41 CET 2022

TI Store is great, but I personally don't trust their stock levels until 
I see that the items have shipped.

I've been after a supply of PCM3168A for some time, and currently they 
say they have an inventory of 1824 units (it varies).

But when I go to checkout, at the last stage, I always get an error:

"Product(s) PCM3168APAPR cannot be supported from available inventory at 
this time. Please remove these items from your cart."

It's not just this item either.

And their stock alerts aren't reliable, I've been on the site minutes 
after they've reported availability and there's been none there. Again, 
not just once.

Not sure what's up with their backend, but it ain't working right.


On 02/02/2022 18:53, Vladimir Pantelic via Synth-diy wrote:
> On 2/2/22 5:45 PM, Mike Bryant wrote:
>> ØAK is a highly regarded manufacturer when it comes to their DAC 
>> chips. Last year or so, one of their factories caught fire. This 
>> prompted many manufacturers to revise their products when they had 
>> already settled on designing with AKM chips.
>> Yep !   I had to design out the AKM ADC and DAC I was using so 
>> changed to TI PCM1808 and PCM5102A.  And so did everybody else so 
>> those are impossible to get 
> https://www.ti.com/store/ti/en/p/product/?p=PCM5102APWR
> 123k in stock
> https://www.ti.com/store/ti/en/p/product/?p=PCM1808PWR
> 221k in stock
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